15th Feb 2005
Here's a method of checking your site DNS connections. Just pop your site into the form field and see if there's problems: dns report.
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free e-commerce search report
this 45 page report was originally produced by 37 signals a couple of years ago and now they're givi ng it away for free as a PDF. [...]
Government sites fail web tests
A report on the BBC website statesMore than half of government and council websites contain errors and cause problems for disabled people, research [...]
Tesco online monopoly
A report on the AbilityNet website suggests that Tesco is the only online supermarket (in the UK) that provides an accessible shopping experience. [...]
Check how well your site would stand up when viewed on a mobile device using ready.mobi. This is a pretty cool site with simulators as well as lots of [...]
Page Source Order & Accessibility
Excellent slide report summarising of the importance of the source order of a web page in terms of it's accessibility. [...]
UK internet accessibility market to grow by 25percent this year
report at DMeurope.com. [...]
Napster to launch next week
The reconstituted Napster music service will be unveiled on Oct. 9th. Report on cnet news. Also worth a quick look is the Napster selection of w [...]
75 percent WAI failures
A report carried out by Nomensa shows that nearly 75 percent of FTSE 100 company websites fail to meet minimum accessibility requirements. [...]
Addiction to internet 'is an illness'
A new report suggests internet addiction is an illness:Excessive gaming, viewing online pornography, emailing and text messaging have been identified [...]
One in four web merchants do not know web shopping laws
Interesting report at OUT-LAW.COM about 'shoppng laws'. The laws in question are Distance Selling Regulations, E-commerce Regulations and Shopper's Ri [...]