A few years ago, I wrote this post: The Basics of Calling a Visualforce Page from a Salesforce Detail Page. It illustrated a very simple way to use a custom button from a detail page to call a Visualforce Page with an Apex Controller, so some action on that record could be taken, and then return to the detail page.
With upcoming legislation around website accessibility, it’s time to take a serious look at how your website stands up to accessibility requirements.
Lightning Bolt, the new Salesforce framework for deploying next generation communities and portals, is going to make standing up industry-specific applications very efficient.
Have repetitive tasks that you perform on a regular basis? You may be able to complete them more efficiently and save time by automating workflows on the web.
A good user interface (UI) is like a vehicle. You don’t even think about it when it works correctly, but when it doesn’t, it’s a nightmare. CSS effects should make your UI smooth and effortless.
Should we use an alt attribute on all images? The answer is simple. YES. What if it is an image that is for decoration only? YES! You should still be using an alt attribute.