W3C accessibility guidelines


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W3C accessibility guidelines

Accessibility is one of the hottest buzzwords in the web industry today, because it remains one of the most significant issues web designers have faced in the past few years. Accessibility means making your web pages accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities. With the passing and enforcement of section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, web designers are now charged with not only making their sites visually appealing, but also accessible. Now, this law applies mostly to federal and state agencies, schools and government vendors. And its direct impact on most other sites is expected to be a little less serious.

But regardless, every web designer should get into the practice of making his or her web pages as accessible as possible for everyone. Now before we get into working with accessibility in {italic}Dreamweaver,{plain} it's important to first establish what the term "accessibility" does and doesn't mean, specifically in the context of web design. In terms of ...

W3C accessibility guidelines
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W3C accessibility guidelines provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Dreamweaver CS3 Essential Training

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