To evaluate the accessibility of a website, we have to test it in a variety of scenarios.
What are some of the obvious signs that tell us if a website is accessible or not?
Ever tried navigating a website without a mouse?
Every browser has its own quirks when it comes to displaying web pages. Here are some of the browsers that you should test your own pages in.
One measure of accessibility is whether a website allows the user to change its presentation, font-style and sizes, background and text colour and link colours. This chapter shows how to adjust these settings in a variety of browsers.
The validation of HTML syntax and of style sheets ensures standard compliance, which is an important contributor to accessibility.
Take a look at some successful websites, where access to information is important.
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The resources section contains links to browser downloads, online accessibility checkers and articles on evaluating websites.