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Accessible Web Page Design:
Table of Contents
The contents of this site have changed little over the past year as Starling Access Services has been working with the World Wide Web Consortium's Web Accessibility Initiative. While most of the rationales for accessible design, and many of the guidelines and techniques reported on these pages are still valid, the future of Web accessibility is being discussed in the wider forum of the Web Accessibility Initiative.
Following the guidance provided on this site will certainly assure that you develop accessible web pages. However, if you plan to use the wonderful accessibility features built in to HTML 4.0 and Cascading Style Sheets, I recommend that you look at the work of the W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative
President, Starling Access Services
- Table of Contents.
- Recent design and content changes.
- Navigating this Web Site.
- General Design Tips.
- Making AUDIO accessible.
- Are COLUMNS accessible.
- Making GRAPHS and CHARTS accessible.
- Making IMAGEMAPs accessible.
- Making PHOTOGRAPHS and GRAPHICS accessible.
- Are BACKGROUNDS accessible?
- Making BULLETS and LISTS accessible.
- Making TABLES accessible.
- How long should one page be?.
- Are FORMS Accessible?
- Are Bilingual Pages Accessible?
- HTML Alternatives for JAVA Applets.
- Making Links Accessible.
- Making FRAMES Accessible.
- Are Adobe® PDF documents accessible?
- Using the <FONT> Tag.
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Other resources (Web sites) about accessible HTML:
Last updated: May 5, 2000