23rd Mar 2007
Search Thresher is a Firefox extension peoduced by Segala that allows users to search for Web sites that make claims about conformance to standards and codes of conduct.
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High Accessibility Is Effective Search Engine Optimization
New article at A List Apart from Andy Hagans, where he explains that making your site accessible and opimising your site for good search engine resu [...]
Beyond guidelines: Advanced accessibility techniques
Some useful tips for improving accessibility over at Webcredible. I'm not so sure about the 'hidden text' idea though... it's been mentioned elsewhere [...]
Accessible Search Engine from Google
Like Net Guide, Google Accessible Search returns only accessible web sites. [...]
Big.com is a search engine with enormous text and form fields but small database of results. [...]
Derek Featherstone has a new site called Simply Accessible focusing on tips and tricks on producing and maintaining an accessibile website. The conte [...]
I started work on a search feature. It's quite basic at this stage; it searches one word at a time rather well, but when entering two words it falte [...]
Net-guide is a search engine that provides an accessibility rating on sites are that are returned in the results. It's a great idea! Submit your own s [...]
We knew this already, didn't we?
Secret Benefits of Search Engine Optimisation: Increased Usability: article at Sitepoint. [...]
Search as navigation
Within the industry, there is often perceived competition between search and navigation. Do we really need conventional site structures and navigation [...]
FREE accessibility statement
Need an accessibility statement for your site? Thierry Koblentz has produced one, with the help of some accessibility friends, which you can freely us [...]
Sharpen your site search function
Here's some top tips from Jeffrey Veen on how to improve your site visitors experience when using your site search : 8 Quick Ways to Fix Your Searc [...]