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Part I: Learning XHTML > Universal Accessibility on the Web

Chapter 7. Universal Accessibility on the Web

When the topic of access to the Web for people with disabilities comes up, the discussion can often take on a very moral and righteous tone. This chapter is not going to lecture you on morality, or how to make the world a better place by adding a few attributes to your XHTML code. What we will discuss in this chapter is the realities that face many Web users, and how—by keeping a few simple issues in mind while developing your pages—you can improve your chances of disseminating the information you desire to as many people as possible.

This chapter teaches you:

  • How the Web can be inaccessible

  • That accessibility can help traditional users, too

  • About the Web Accessibility Initiative

  • How to implement the Web Content Authoring Guidelines


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