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#23822

Accessibility and Cascading Style Sheets

An essay from an accessibility class, on the use of CSS to increase access to a page.

Bartlett, Kynn. HTML Writers Guild (1999). Design>Web Design>Accessibility>CSS

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#23820

Designing Pages Accessible to Limited Textual Comprehension Users

Many pages relating to web accessibility address the needs of web users who have sensory limitations -- the classic example of accessible web authoring is the proper use of the ALT attribute of the IMG (image) tag to provide a textual equivalent that benefits, among others, web users with visual impairments. Similarly, keyboard-accessible techniques can open up the World Wide Web to users who are unable to use a mouse or other 'traditional' input device due to motor or dexterity disabilities.

Bartlett, Kynn. Kynn (1999). Design>Web Design>Accessibility

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#32915

Designing Pages Accessible to Limited Textual Comprehension Users

Little has been written or done to advance the cause of web users with cognitive disabilities -- users who may actually require the use of graphics in order to make sense of a web site. For purposes of this document, we will use the term "Limited Textual Comprehension" to refer to anyone, disabled or not, who is unable to understand a web page -- and thus cannot access the information contained within in it -- due to the textual content of the page.

Bartlett, Kynn. AWARE Center (1999). Articles>Web Design>Accessibility

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#23823

User-Defined Style Sheets and Accessibility

How you can set your own stylesheet for greater accessibility; another lecture/essay.

Bartlett, Kynn. HTML Writers Guild (1999). Design>Web Design>Accessibility>CSS

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#23821

Web Accessibility Icons and Graphics

How can you display that your site is accessible? Why would you want to? These questions are answered.

Bartlett, Kynn. HTML Writers Guild (1999). Design>Web Design>Accessibility

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#23824

Web Authoring Strategies for Voice Browsers

A HWG position paper for a W3C workshop on voice browsers.

Bartlett, Kynn. HTML Writers Guild (1998). Design>Web Design>Accessibility>Voice

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