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  1. A skip link on Squarespace and a little about z-index (Part one of two)

    by Derek Jackson

    Injecting accessibility features into existing websites can be a challenge. During Knowbility’s 2019 Accessibility Internet Rally (AIR), I was part of Indy Team 7. Our client had a site on Squarespace which we needed to make more accessible. While working on our client’s site, we found many barriers to improve...

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  2. Smart Phones Aren’t Smart Enough

    by Dave Chapple

    From my 13-year-old nephew to my 82-year-old dad, everybody has cell phones. However, phones are not just for talking anymore as they’ve become our calendars, news sources, movie screens, ways to pay for things, and more. People literally get lost without their phones because they use GPS apps just to...

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  3. AccessU 2020 Keynote Speaker Spotlight: Jamie Knight

    John Slatin AccessU 2020 will run for two weeks from May 13th–20th. Like many of this year’s conferences, AccessU is also moving online. Along with our four tracks scheduled for the second week, we’ll have two lunchtime keynotes by leading experts in accessibility and disability advocacy. Jamie Knight, a senior...

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  4. Accessibility saves lives. This #GivingTuesdayNow, please help!

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, people with disabilities need to be able to use the Internet as hundreds of millions of other people do – to get current health and safety information as well as to be able to connect to our jobs, schools, and to social and civic activities. In...

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  5. The Internet to the Rescue

    by Dave Chapple

    Normally I am usually a pretty active person and am not used to staying home and doing nothing and not being around people. My normal life consists of going to meetings and conferences for work, taking trips to the grocery store, and having dinner with my wife at our favorite...

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