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comment HTML vs. PDF — What are the Pros and Cons of PDF?
All this talk about PDF and nobody mention HTML? It basically does everything PDF does, depending on the CSS and fonts available, although the general serif and sans-serif distinctions should be more than adequate for simple, professional documents. Plus, its source can be edited and you don't need to spend hours in overly complex applications like InDesign just to make the simplest changes.
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comment HTML vs. PDF — What are the Pros and Cons of PDF?
All this talk about PDF and nobody mention HTML? It basically does everything PDF does, depending on the CSS and fonts available, although the general serif and sans-serif distinctions should be more than adequate for simple, professional documents. Plus, its source can be edited and you don't need to spend hours in overly complex applications like InDesign just to make the simplest changes.
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comment HTML vs. PDF — What are the Pros and Cons of PDF?
All this talk about PDF and nobody mention HTML? It basically does everything PDF does, depending on the CSS and fonts available, although the general serif and sans-serif distinctions should be more than adequate for simple, professional documents. Plus, its source can be edited and you don't need to spend hours in overly complex applications like InDesign just to make the simplest changes.
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comment A better way to display a forum thread
Any chance you could make a graphical / animated representation of this idea?
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comment Do screen readers for blind people require content to be put in `<li>` to be usable?
Just came across css-tricks.com/navigation-in-lists-to-be-or-not-to-be (thanks @Pete) -- interesting read.
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comment Do screen readers for blind people require content to be put in `<li>` to be usable?
Indeed, but shouldn't screen readers be smart enough to recognize a group of links, especially if they're enhanced by semantic tags? Ie. <nav><a>Link 1</a><a>Link 2</a><a>Link 3</a></nav>