Tag Archives: PDF

Capital One’s accessibility fail

Image by taberandrew via Flickr The current website and interface for financial institution Capital One suffers from some accessibility issues. While its source code suffers a little from divitis and classitis (using the DIV and CLASS (X)HTML elements excessively for … Continue reading

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Foxit Reader gets new version, typewriter tool

Image by PiPiWa via Flickr Now that PDF is an ISO standard and no longer an Adobe product, it has value for some types of content distribution. We’ve mentioned the benefits of using Foxit Reader for all your PDF viewing … Continue reading

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Auction Podcast Episode 5 – PDF

You’re listening to the AuctioneerTech Auction Podcast for the week of 29 September 2008. AuctioneerTech – Technology, auctions and auctioneers – auction tech for the auction industry Hello and welcome to the fifth episode of the AuctioneerTech Auction Podcast, my … Continue reading

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Adobe alternatives make PDF easier, cheaper

I admitted on Saturday that there were indeed some good uses for the PDF. If, after analyzing the situation, PDF seems like the right tool for the job, here are some ways to make its use less painless and less … Continue reading

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PDF should be optional on web

Portable Document Format (PDF) is a file format created by Adobe in 1993. As of July 1, 2008, it’s an ISO standard, which means that the format is open and published so that anyone can create it or use it. … Continue reading

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