The Windows key is the most underrated on your keyboard. Most people only use it to open the Start menu, but you can use it for the Windows key alphabet instead to drastically improve your productivity. In this guide, we will show you some fantastic keyboard shortcuts that use the little-known Windows key alphabet. Windows… Continue reading Mastering the Alphabet with Windows Keyboard Shortcuts
16 Google Search Features You Should Be Using
Google’s Search function isn’t limited to just finding websites. You can use the same search box to perform calculations, find flight information, and even tune your guitar. Here are a few less-known features of Google Search that you should be using. RELATED: 10 Awesome Google Chrome Features You Should Be Using Perform Basic or… Continue reading 16 Google Search Features You Should Be Using
Switching Between Windows
How to Quickly Change Windows and Browser Tabs with Your Keyboard on Windows. Save some time fishing around for the right window or tab with these speedy shortcuts for Windows. We’ve all done it. There is lots of stuff to do, and in an effort to avoid overtime, you end up opening more tabs than… Continue reading Switching Between Windows
Happy Birthday Louis Braille
January 4, 1809, Louis Braille’s birthday is celebrated as World Braille day. Louis Braille the inventor of the braille code which is used by so many individuals who are blind or visually impaired to read and communicate with others. National Braille Press offers many resources to learn about Louis Braille. Read more about Louis Braille.
Take a test to gauge your knowledge about Accessibility
Do you know all you need to know about Accessibility? Test your knowledge from this quiz created by James L Warnken.
Things to know about Accessible Forms
Online forms must be coded properly in order to be accessible. There a wide variety of issues that must be considered, and the form must be created with care. Read more about making forms accessible.
Federal Web Accessibility Focus Puts Private Sector on Notice
Federal agencies, as well as the private sector, are facing pressure due to a growing focus on web accessibility by the Department of Justice, which recently sought to increase its own online user-friendliness with a makeover of its ADA.gov website. DOJ said it would make the site more “user-centered” by incorporating easier to understand language,… Continue reading Federal Web Accessibility Focus Puts Private Sector on Notice
Are you using an accessible overlay for your web site?
Are you using an accessibility overlay to help disabled users? Don’t! Read the complete article about accessible overlays!
Wellness Wednesday; Eliminate a Sleep Killer
A psychologist says this is the No. 1 ‘sleep killer’—and it takes just 15 minutes to fix. Published Wed, Nov 2 2022 Aric A. Prather, Author and Contributor Like eating, drinking and breathing, we need sleep to survive. So how can something that should be so natural, instinctual and automatic be so hard? As a… Continue reading Wellness Wednesday; Eliminate a Sleep Killer
What is WordPress and is it for me?
What is WordPress and should you use it? WordPress is used by 43% of the top ten million websites on the internet. It is used by huge international entities such as Microsoft, Sony Music, PlayStation, Time Magazine, CNN, Disney, the White House, and many more. It is basically the engine that fuels a lot of… Continue reading What is WordPress and is it for me?