Using custom accessibility toolbars


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Using custom accessibility toolbars

>> Now that we've installed these extensions for Firefox let's use them to test some pages. The first extension that we're going to test is the Web developer toolbar. Some of its features do not work for local pages, so we're going to test the page that we looked at in the previous chapter from the W3C. The web page that we're at is www.w3.org/wai/eo/2005/demo/before/index. Because some of the features in the Web Developer toolbar do not work for locally loaded pages make sure that you up load your pages to a testing server before using the extension.

The Web Developer toolbar is the third toolbar underneath the URL bar. The first item on its left is a disable button. Click on this button to expose a menu with options of things that you can disable on the page. You can scroll down and choose disable JavaScript, and then check the all JavaScript option. This will turn off all JavaScript on the page so you can make sure that it is still useable without scripting enables. A...

Using custom accessibility toolbars
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