Coolfields Consulting Archive for the ‘Browsers’ Category

Dragon Naturally Speaking Video 10 – Drag and Drop

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Sometimes you need drag and drop functionality on a website, or on your computer. But how do you do drag and drop with Dragon NaturallySpeaking? I’ll show you.

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Dragon Naturally Speaking Video 9 – Internet Forms

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How to interact with web forms using Dragon NaturallySpeaking. I cover the most useful commands to enable you to do this easily – assuming the form has been marked up properly.

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Using aria-hidden to help provide better link context in WordPress Admin screens

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The problem of insufficient link text within WordPress admin screens could bizarrely be solved with the use of the aria-hidden attribute. This post sets out the problem and describes a possible solution. But is it a good idea? Comments welcome.

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Why None of the External Links on this Website Open in a New Window

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I explain why it is that none of the links to external sites on my website open in new windows or tabs. This bugs some people who think that it loses me traffic. I’m not so sure.

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State of the Browser – Useful Links

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A list of useful links from the State of the Browser conference on March 19th.

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State of the Browser Conference

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Write up from the State of the Browser Conference organised by London Web Standards in March 2011. HTML5 and CSS3 are here – for some browsers anyway.

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