Re: Good practice for writing accessible website


Milton Ota <mota@...>
 

To basically answer your question, point webmasters to the w3c.or website
and the webaim.org website as a starter.

Then, they can look at the Freedom Scientific's documentation on Surfs Up
and the HTML Challenge.

HTH

-----Original Message-----
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On Behalf Of Nickus de Vos
Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2011 11:31 AM
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Subject: Good practice for writing accessible website

Hi all I've asked this before but didn't really get good answers or
something helpfull anyway. I'm looking for some sorce some documents
or websites or whatever which could give web developers some pointers
on creating their websites in a way so that it's accessible with
screen readers. Stuff like what to avoid, how to code and how not to
code. I'm not in to development myself and understand very little of
it but want it for somebody else and for him to write the website with
me testing each part and him changing again simply takes too long. I
also sometimes email people even if it's big companies to ask them to
consider making their websites more screen reader friendly and some
sorces would help a lot because I don't always know what to tell them,
a lot of people are keen to change but once they ask me well how must
we do it, I can't really answer them because as I said I don't really
know anything about web design myself.

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