Specifying the language


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Specifying the language

>> In this chapter we are going to replace the placeholder content that Dreamweaver added to our pages by default with real text for our example site. We're going to focus on making that text accessible. Before we add any text to the page though we need to specify what language the text is going to be in. The page that we'll be working with is named visitors.html. If you are working along with the exercise files, it's located in the chapter four folder inside the starting sub folder. This is the same page that we worked on in the previous chapter but some additional styling has been added unrelated to accessibility to help the site start to take shape and keep us focused on changes made for accessibility not the minutiae of purely decorative styling.

We've also cleaned up the CSS as you've seen in the CSS files panel simply to make it easier to read and for us to make further changes to it as we develop our site. The site that we will be building is for a fictional town...

Specifying the language
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