What to Expect From WCAG 2.2

The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) have been the standard for digital accessibility the world around for two decades. This autumn, the W3C is preparing to publish version 2.2 of WCAG. WCAG 2.2 adds several new success criteria focused on extending requirements for users with low vision, cognitive impairments, and limited fine motor skills. The… Continue reading What to Expect From WCAG 2.2

Get to Know the WordPress Admin Dashboard

The very first thing you’ll see when you open the WordPress back-end—also known as “the admin panel”—is the dashboard. This is the starting place for the majority of tasks you’ll be performing in WordPress. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to use the dashboard, and also how to customize it to fit your preferences and… Continue reading Get to Know the WordPress Admin Dashboard

Database and API ― Scotch

To get paid for goods and services provided, companies/freelancers need to send invoices to their customers informing them of the services that they will be charged for. Back then, people had paper invoices which they gave to the customers when they contact them for their services. Right now, with the advent and advancement of technology,… Continue reading Database and API ― Scotch