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Web Accessibility: Media Accessibility User Requirements

The WAI Media Accessibility User Requirements document covers a range of subjects relating to allowing people with disabilities to access media on the web in an alternate way. 224 more words

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Web Accessibility: Providing Descriptive Titles for Web Pages

The objective of this technique is to give each Web page a descriptive title. Descriptive titles help users find content, orient themselves within it, and navigate through it.

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Web Accessibility: Headings and Section Titles

According to Wikipedia, Web Accessibility refers to the inclusive practice of removing barriers that prevent access to websites by people with disabilities. When sites are correctly designed, developed and edited, all users have equal access to information and functionality. 502 more words


Web Accessibility: Preparing for Older Web Users

We are all aging. That’s an undeniable fact. In the 2013 United Nations World Population Aging report their studies showed that every country in the world is experiencing a shift to a larger population of older citizens. 637 more words

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Web Accessibility: Small Flashing Objects and Text

The criteria for presenting small flashing objects and text on a web page varies depending upon the reference you use when it comes to defining what amount of flashing and moving is permitted on the web within the web accessibility laws. 497 more words


Web Accessibility: Screen Readers

Web accessibility is becoming more important as the internet is evolving. Many users need to access important information online but cannot due to disabilities. An innovative way to help users who have a sight impairment acquire information is screen readers. 167 more words


Web Accessibility: Links

When you click a link on a website, what is that link? What is it made of? The W3schools website defines a link as “a link between a document and an external resource.” A link is basically an established relationship between one document (HTML, CSS, etc.) and another. 434 more words