Dreamweaver CS6 Essentials: Set Accessibility Preferences


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Setting accessibility preferences

Before starting any new project, there are a few settings that you want to review and set that are going to be specific to that site. None of these settings are as potentially as important as Accessibility. In simple terms, Accessibility refers to how your site's content is accessed by all users. It's easy to get in the mindset of designing specifically for say a browser, but the truth of the matter is that browsers are only one of the client types potentially accessing your site's content. Mobile devices, tablets, and screen readers are just a few of the devices that can now access your content, and frankly, that number is exploding every year.

Now, while it's obviously a good idea to provide your content to everyone that tries to access it, in some cases it's also the law. Section 508 of the Americans with Disabilities Act states that any website paid for with Federal funds need to meet a certain Standards Accessibility Guideline. Now, the good news is that ma...

Setting accessibility preferences
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Setting accessibility preferences provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by James Williamson as part of the Dreamweaver CS6 Essential Training

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Web
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