I thought I’d take a moment to share the story of how I learned to do web stuff. My career in web and marketing literally began that weekend when I bought HTML for Dummies. How cool is that – something I started back in 1998 is still going strong.I know I’m dating myself, but while attending college in the mid-90s, the web was new and exciting. I say all that to say there’s no shame in learning how to do web sites and applications in Dreamweaver, even if I do make fun of my best mate and business partner Adam for using it. The tools have never been better or more accessible. We got married and our oldest son just finished his first year of high school, where he took a digital marketing and multimedia class this year. Common names for web beacons implemented through an embedded image include tracking pixel, pixel tag, 1×1 gif, and clear gif.There is a work in progress to standardize an interface that web developers can use to asynchronously transfer small HTTP data from the User Agent to a web server that call it simply beacons (in the context of web development) which can be used to send data to a web server prior to the loading of the document without delaying the load and affecting the perception of page load performance for the next navigation.I read a little online about how to make pages, but I had no server to share my creations on. One department on campus did possess this power, this magical ability to host web pages: the Math and Computer Science Department at Duquesne University. We had no clue what this new Mosaic program was on the computers in the lab. That weekend, my girlfriend and I went one of the malls in Pittsburgh to a bookstore. If you learned on your own, in school, with a book, watching You Tube videos, it doesn’t matter. There are undergraduate and graduate programs everywhere, coding bootcamps, online programs, and so much more. We started to see these very long strings of characters that we could type into that program and it would give us information from around the world. I wanted to make these new “web pages.” But it was 1995-1996, and there weren’t courses in it.
The Web Accessibility Toolbar (WAT) for IE can assist in evaluating a web page for compliance to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 2.0 (WCAG 2.0).