Monthly Archives: June 2007

Screen Readers and Web Accessibility: Must Watch Video by Yahoo Engineer

Have you ever wondered how people with visual disabilities use web. Here is a great video by a Yahoo engineer Victor Tsaran where he explains how blind and visually challenged people use screen readers to browse the web. This is a must watch video for every web developer. Link to the video: An Introduction to [...]

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To my Dad on Father’s Day

I would like to take the opportunity to thank my dad on this special day for everything he has done for me. You are my best friend. Without you I would not be where I am today. Thank you very much for all the support you have given and having faith in my decisions. Thank [...]

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The Art and Science of CSS: Book Review

The Art & Science of CSS is the latest book from Sitepoint for web designers. Before reading the book I thought this is the book that will teach the reader everything about CSS from basics to the advanced techniques. The title of the book gave me this impression. But, as far as I know the [...]

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Google Gears: Enabling Offline Web Applications

I am late at writing this post! Voila! Google again switches gears ahead of its competitors( did I hear you saying MicroSoft ). Google has released a new browser plug-in “Google Gears” on May 30, 2007, which will enable offline access to web applications. This will address the main problem faced by web applications which [...]

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