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WordPress and Accessibility

I like using WordPress for its lower learning curve (compared with other open source CMSs like Drupal) and many other features that I can use to create a website – especially as a designer. I attended the camp in NYC twice with the most recent one earlier this summer.

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New York Meets Sandy – Before and After

As someone who has lived in the NYC area for many years and gone through events like 9/11 attacks, northeast blackout, NYC transit strike, I have not experienced such a damaging event as the hurricane that happened a week ago. It is the second year in a row that the city was hit by a major hurricane, and this time it caused more damage than last year.

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No “Click Here” Links

One of my major pet peeves about websites are “click here” links. They not only make web content long-winded, but also cause issues with user experience, web accessibility, and search engine optimization. The “Click here” links were originally meant to be used with a mouse, but there are people who use keyboards and screen readers who would not benefit from it. They are also not friendly to search engines.

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