Difference between revisions of "Accessibility"

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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
  
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* [[Semantic HTML]]
 
* [http://moodle.org/mod/forum/view.php?f=820 Accessibility forum on Moodle.org]
 
* [http://moodle.org/mod/forum/view.php?f=820 Accessibility forum on Moodle.org]
 
* [http://webstandards.org/action/atf/manifesto/ Web Standards.org's ''Accessibility Task Force Manifesto'']
 
* [http://webstandards.org/action/atf/manifesto/ Web Standards.org's ''Accessibility Task Force Manifesto'']
 
* [http://alistapart.com/topics/userscience/accessibility/ Accessibility articles from ''A List Apart'']
 
* [http://alistapart.com/topics/userscience/accessibility/ Accessibility articles from ''A List Apart'']
 
* [http://diveintoaccessibility.org/ Mark Pilgrim's ''Dive into Accessibility'']
 
* [http://diveintoaccessibility.org/ Mark Pilgrim's ''Dive into Accessibility'']
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* [http://diveintomark.org/archives/2003/08/29/semantics Mark Pilgrim's ''Won’t somebody please think of the gerbils?'']
 
* [http://joeclark.org/access/webaccess/ Joe Clark's writings on accessibility]
 
* [http://joeclark.org/access/webaccess/ Joe Clark's writings on accessibility]
 
* [http://joeclark.org/book/ Joe Clark's ''Building Accessible Websites'' book]
 
* [http://joeclark.org/book/ Joe Clark's ''Building Accessible Websites'' book]

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Websites built with accessibility in mind are flexible in meeting different user needs, preferences and suituations. Though these methods can increase usability for everyone who uses the web they are often legally required to be implemented in a specific effort to prevent discrimination against people with disabilities.

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