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Chapter 12. FrontPage's Accessibility Fe... > Checking a Site for Accessibility Pr...

Checking a Site for Accessibility Problems

So, how does your site match up to the W3C standards? Would you be able to design pages for a federal agency if so contracted? The accessibility checker in FrontPage 2003 will help you figure out the answer to these questions.

Using the Accessibility Checker

Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003 features a new accessibility checker for Web pages (see Figure 12.1). By running the accessibility checker, you can discover issues that are identified as being in conflict with the WCAG (priority 1 or 2) and check for specific section 508 compliance.



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