Stylin' with CSS: A Designer's Guide, 3rd. ed. by Charles Wyke-SmithYou will learn the full capabilities of the CSS language, with step-by-step examples and in-depth explanations that will take your skills to new levels, whether you are a newbie or already have experience with CSS. The book focuses on practical skills for Web designers and will help you create robust, stylish, and flexible layouts that display appropriately on monitors, tablets, or mobile phones.
This W3C resource outlines different approaches for evaluating Web sites for accessibility: general procedures and tips for evaluation, from evaluation during Web site development to ongoing monitoring of existing sites."
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"he University of Washington has compiled an annotated list of resources they have found to be especially helpful for understanding and implementing web and information technology accessibility. The list is available on the UW Accessible Technology Tools and Resources page. It includes links to tutorials, informative websites and blogs, resources from DO-IT, guidelines and standards, standards validation and accessibility evaluation tools, browsers toolbars and extensions; and more."
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