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October 09, 2007 11:54 a.m.
As Web developers we are sticklers for website details. That's why I always look at the copyright year, often found in the footer of a page. Ours reads:
Copyright © 1995 - 2010 Imaginary Landscape, LLC. All rights reserved.
Whenever I go to a website, my eyes go immediately to the year. You'd be surprised how many websites say 2006 or 2002 or even 1999. At best, is demonstrates no attention to details and at worst it proclaims the site as abandoned.
At Imaginary, we have our site and our client sites set up so their copyright date updates at ...
Updated 07/14/10 @ 11:54AM CDT by brian
October 03, 2007 11:55 a.m.
I’m watching the evolution of National Federation of the Blind, et al. v Target Corporation with a great deal of interest. It is a class action suit brought against Target alleging that target.com is in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act because the site is not accessible to the blind. Specifically, the site lacked alternative text used by screen reading software.
This week a federal judge certified the class action suit against Target on behalf of blind users nationwide. The judge further held that Web sites such as target.com are required by California law to be ...
Updated 07/14/10 @ 11:55AM CDT by brian