Posts Tagged ‘Javascript’

Let’s meet in the middle

Friday, November 7th, 2014

I give to you my most recent side-project: Let’s meet in the middle.

It’s a simple web app to quickly and easily find a place to meet half-way between two locations. If you’re meeting a friend after work for a beer, or a client for a coffee, you can enter your location, their location and the method of transport and see places you could meet! (more…)

Content equal to browser height & centered

Friday, October 3rd, 2014

15 October 2014: updated to include feedback from comments.

A current design pattern on some scroll-hijacking sites is to have each section as tall as the browser window so you see that content without distraction before moving onto the next.

This is a demo of content equal to browser height using CSS with a fall-back coffeescript solution for browsers that don’t understand css transforms. It is also responds to any adjustment in height and width of the browser window. (more…)

Why we should support users with no JavaScript

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

Why should we want to support users that, for whatever reason, have Javascript disabled? I had found it difficult to answer this question in a constructive way, whilst also being backed up by research. This post aims to give you some reasons why we should still be supporting users without Javascript. (more…)

JavaScript: Accessible Search Toggle

Saturday, June 24th, 2006
This post is now out-of-date. Please refer to jQuery accessible search toggle instead.

To use a script in a way that ensures users without JavaScript get the same functionality as users with it enabled means it is accessible. It doesn’t necessarily mean the same user experience, but both must be able to view the same information. An example of this is using a script to open a new window to show some extra information: with script disabled the user should be able to view the same information, but within the same window.

Toggle via Radio Buttons

I want to allow the user to search within all sections of a website or to search within one or more chosen groups. The list should only be visible when the user selects that they want to choose groups. To do this I am going to use 2 radio buttons to toggle the unordered list of sections on and off. (more…)