Setting Dreamweaver accessibility preferences


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Setting Dreamweaver accessibility preferences

>> Before we start building web pages in Dreamweaver CS 3, there are a few accessibility preferences that we want to make sure are set. On Windows you can view these preferences by going to the Edit menu. On a Mac the preferences are available by going to the Dreamweaver menu and then selecting Preferences. At the very bottom of the Edit menu is the option for preferences. Select that to open the Preferences dialogue box. On the left are a list of categories of preferences. The second one from the top is accessibility.

Click on that. There are four check boxes that say show attributes when inserting form objects, frames, media, and images. These are checked by default, but if you've changed your copy of Dreamweaver, you might want to go and make sure that they're still checked. These two check boxes further down the screen pertain to Dreamweaver's accessibility as a program itself, so changing these effects how the program would be used if you were using assistive technology. We&...

Setting Dreamweaver accessibility preferences
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Setting Dreamweaver accessibility preferences provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Zoe Gillenwater as part of the Web Accessibility Principles

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