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July Accessibility Webinars from Deque

Are you interested in learning more about web and mobile accessibility? Deque is pleased to announce two free webinars in July to help you get up-to-speed. Whether you are brand new to the ideas around accessibility or a seasoned developer, one of these webinars will be right for you. We invite you to register today! Mobile Accessibility 101 In this brand new webinar directed at [...]

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Deque Systems Sponsors National Federation for the Blind Convention

Deque Systems is proud to be an Accessibility Champion sponsor of the 2014 National Federation of the Blind Convention, held in Orlando Florida from July 1-6. This will be the 74th annual convention for NFB, which is the oldest and largest organization of blind and low-vision people in the United States. At the convention, Deque will be promoting and teaching NFB attendees about  Fix the Web and [...]

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Data Tables Do Not Always Need Markup for Header Cells?

Data Tables Do Not Always Need Markup for Header Cells? In a recent thread my attention was drawn to a statement in the HTML5 specs that suggests some data tables may not need any markup for header cells after all. The line reads: “Observe the lack of headers, which are not necessary in such a table” with reference to the sample sudoku puzzle markup [1]. [...]

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