Dithering vs. Pixelation
Do you know the difference between pixelation and dithering of images on a web page? Read more to find out.
Newspapers Sometimes Print Useless Charts
One of the problems that occur when newspapers use a chart from another source is that the original chart may have been perfectly fine visually using colors that did not cause any problems for most viewers. However, when the image is printed in the newspapers, they tend to forget that newspapers only print black and…
Must Text Color Contrast with the Background of an Image?
Text added to an image must also provide sufficient color contrast for those viewing your webpages visually.
Fixing Your Color Contrast – Part 1
Now that we covered how you can determine whether your text meets the color contrast ratio requirements (see last post), how can you adjust your text and background colors to fix any situations where the contrast ratio is not adequate? There are several ways. Let us begin with the easiest. Black text on White background…
Finding your Color Contrast
If you read my last post, you have an idea about why color contrast is important, especially for those with color blindness. But color contrast is not just for the color blind. I have seen some poor color choices on various public websites. I will not embarrass them by naming them here. However, I will…
Don’t Change the Way I Look
Link formatting should be consistent across your entire website and should be controlled from a master CSS file.