Monday, March 27, 2006

Evaluating website accessibility: Part 3, Digging Deeper

Key checkpoints for insuring website accessibility ...

"In this final article of the series I will explain some aspects of website accessibility that are difficult to test with automated tools and require more time and/or experience to evaluate manually. Some of the checkpoint descriptions in this article assume you have read the first articles, so if you haven’t read them, please do so before you continue.

This article contains the following checkpoints:

1. Colour contrast
2. Document titles
3. Link text
4. Non HTML formats
5. Platform discrimination
6. Keyboard navigation
7. Data tables
8. Form controls and labels
9. Use a screen reader"   continued ...   (Via 456 Berea Street)


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