Monthly Archives: October 2007

Navigation First Still OK?

One the earlier accessibility mantras was to put content before navigation. The theory was that that screen reader users found reading the same main menu options on each page to be distracting and time-consuming. Yet visual users generally prefer navigation … Continue reading

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Blog Tags and/or Categories

Movable Type has both tags and categories, and typically, I have been recommending that users implement which one feels more comfortable. But I just saw a comment which gives me a new insight: I like the analogy that Elise over … Continue reading

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A Case for Private Blogs

My colleague Brad and I have had an interesting ongoing debate about whether a “blog” is by definition public or whether a “private blog” makes any sense. I’ll let Brad make his case elsewhere, but I think the concept of … Continue reading

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