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Climbing on Board the Accessibility Train

Oct 02, 2007, 09:45 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Eileen Bonfiglio)

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"Your website is up and running but can everyone access it? 'Of course, the site is up and running on the Internet with the best web host and the nicest navigation and engaging graphics' you respond. 'Are you sure?' I ask. While all of those items you mentioned are important to the average user, there are some you may have forgotten to address. For those with disabilities in vision and sound, your site may not be viewable at all--unless you have designed it and tested to be sure. The W3C has a working group called the Web Accessibility Group to help make this a reality..."

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