10 Ways to Be a Jackass in Online Discussions

[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"737","attributes":{"class":"media-image","typeof":"foaf:Image","style":"","width":"375","height":"500","alt":"Donkey del Sol"}}]] Please apply the following rules to discussion boards, comments entries, and Facebook and Twitter postings if you wish to raise collective blood pressure.
  1. Use all caps. I CAN’T BELIEVE HOW MANY PEOPLE DO THIS EVEN THOUGH THEY’VE BEEN WARNED AGAINST IT FOR YEARS.

Essential Tips for Making Websites Accessible

Slick web designs might impress the board, but what good does that do if your visitors can't see? Making your website accessible is extremely important for people with visual or physical hindrances. Tiny fonts and low-contrast colors might look good in practice, but they're useless if they can't be read or used to navigate your website. The upside to embracing accessibility is that your digital materials, be them websites, online courses or electronic documents, will be better used by everyone. Here are nine tips that make a more accessible website.