Monthly Archives: April 2012

Firefox ESR 10 – A Way to Slow Down Firefox Upgrades

I love Firefox, but not necessarily the rapid upgrade cycle. The issue isn’t so much the speed, but the fact that my plugins can’t keep up, particularly my Firefox Accessibility plugins. On the other hand, I don’t want to miss … Continue reading

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MathML…On a Screen Reader

As part of the Penn State accessibility initiative, I’ve been working on how to accessify math/science courses along with others like World Campus and Dutton Institute. Part of that has been figuring out how to post MathML on modern browsers, … Continue reading

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Distinguishing B(old) from STRONG Text with CSS

Although not a major accessibility blocker, many standards experts recommend replacing B tags with STRONG tags (and I with EM). If you are dealing with legacy documents, this can be trick because B tagged text and STRONG text actually look … Continue reading

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