Accessible WYSIWYG editors part 1 - The problem
30th Nov 2006
Here's the first part in a short series of articles about WYSIWYG editors.
Based on the tags from this post.
WYSIWYG editor spec - preventing problems
a list of things a WYSIWYG editor could do to help authors not create accessibility barriers [...]
Choosing an Accessible CMS
There's a great overview of Content Management Systems in this article: Choosing an Accessible CMS [...]
The window.onload Problem - Solved!
Two solutions to the problem of starting your scripts sooner rather than waiting for the full html, images and other scripts to finish downloading. [...]
Article at Sitepoint by Brothercake focusses on techniques and tips for making your websites and web applications work with a keyboard as well as a mo [...]
Lovely effects and I'd probably use LITBox if it was accessible. [...]
Seven Accessibility Mistakes (Part 1)
The first in a two part article by Christian Heilmann has been published at D igital Web Magazine and discusses mistakes commonly made between web d [...]
What You Mean Editor - it's a slightly different take on WYSIWYG editors. They have a demo. Peter Krantz at Standards Schmandards has reviewed WYMedi [...]
Lazy loading with jQuery
Practical PHP Programming
A free online PHP book called PHP in a Nutshell for your pleasure. [...]
Evaluation of WYSIWYG-editors
Overview and evaluation of What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get editors for producing HTML markup. I like XStandard. [...]