At long last, the day is here. After almost a full year of planning, the Johns Hopkins Web Accessibility Conference will take place today.
I’m delighted to say that I’m giving a talk on the basics of CSS and you can download my materials here. My presentation slides, the examples and sample site are available in a zip file. I’ve been teaching the in-and-outs of CSS for two years, sometimes in a semester long format, sometimes in a single day. This is my first shot at an hour and fifteen minute long overview.
[Update: I’m writing from the conference. There are about 140 attendees. That’s more than the sum of all co-workers at every small company I’ve ever worked for. My talk went well!]
If you came to the conference, thank you! I hope it was helpful!
I’ve donated my own time to create this presentation and these materials – I didn’t get paid to do this. I think accessibility is important, and I think that if we all strive to make web sites using the standards provided by the W3 – as flawed as the process is – we will shape that path we all are on – developers and designers, web users and browser makers.