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Web design and development news and information. Advocate of accessibility, usability, web standards and many related topics. Until next time - Laura CarlsonOne new link: "The JavaScript Supply Chain Paradox: SRI, CSP and Trust in Third Party Libraries"

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Six new links: "Accessibility vs. Inclusive Design: My Point of View", "Accessibility: Review of 2017 and Outlook for 2018", "CAPTCHA Accessibility", "Personalization Semantics Content Module First Public Working Draft, and Personalization Semantics Explainer", "What's in Your Toolbox? Accessibility Tips for Developers", and "How To Meet the Needs of Older Internet Users".

Cascading Style Sheets
Six new links: "CSS Basics: The Syntax That Matters and The Syntax That Doesn't", "Basics of CSS Grid: The Big Picture", "Into the Weeds of CSS Layout", "How I Design with CSS Grid", "Pour Holy Web Compatibility in Your CSS Font", and "Modern CSS Explained For Dinosaurs".

Evaluation and Testing
Four new links: "The 9 Rules of Design Research", "Beyond the NPS: Measuring Perceived Usability with the SUS, NASA-TLX, and the Single Ease Question After Tasks and Usability Tests", "The User Experience of Flower Websites", and "Talk is Cheap: The Myth of the Focus Group".

Six new links: "a11yMTL Annual Conference", "ACT Rules for Manual Web Accessibility Evaluation Methodologies", "Confab Central 2018", "International PHP Conference", "The CSS and SVG Power Combo", and "SmashingConf Toronto 2018".

Two new links: "Title Texts Suck" and "HTML, CSS, and Dependency Direction".