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Website accessibility for the disabled

Having spent several years working as a Volunteer Webmaster both with NHS and Expert patient programme also websites for Disabled writers,always interested in new ideas to help and share.Including working on W3C websites.

Location: North England
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Latest Activity: Jul 26, 2010

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Accessibility: Good Practice In Web Design 3 Replies

By Robert StephensonMaking web sites more accessible for people with disabilities, or e-accessibility as it has become known, is one of the internet’s burning issues of the moment. Let’s face it,…Continue

Tags: good, practices, disabled, design, web

Started by Compila Limited. Last reply by Dave Cooper Jan 15, 2010.

Importance of headings for accessibility

When you are designing a web site, try to use heading tags, h1, h2 etc to help with the accessibility of your website content. Heading tags are extremely important for blind or visually impaired…Continue

Tags: impaired, tutorial, visually, tags, heading

Started by Compila Limited Dec 18, 2009.

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