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Proof of just how dangerous a little early-morning coffee can be…

So, a seemingly-harmless line in the Google blog (http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/) sent me merrily tangenting this morning… In the post titled “Design patterns for accessible, crawlable and indexable content” (http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2008/05/design-patterns-for-accessible.html), under the section header titled “CSS sprites and navigation links”, I read … Continue reading

Which Image Replacement Technique is Best?

We all know that graphic headers are never a good thing: they add weight to page downloads, they hinder accessibility, and at times could even hinder usability. But, if you work in a professional environment, then you know there are … Continue reading