Web Accessibility. Linda Ehrnschwender Charles Schmiesing Co-chairs INFOhio Web Accessibility Committee. What is web accessibility?. Making your web site useable to anyone regardless of individual capabilities and disabilities. What is a disability?.
Co-chairs INFOhio Web Accessibility Committee
Difficult to see or click with a mouse.
Where would a parent look for forms?
In a locker!
Enter url of
page to test.
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Better: alt="logo for the American Foundation for the Blind, fulfilling Helen Keller's vision"></td>
Click the DASite on the map below--or the links following the map--to visit each DASite's home page.
summary = "This table is used to contain all content on this page. The first cell will contain the pages primary side image to represent to the viewer where they are located within the site."
1.Provide equivalent alternatives to auditory and visual content.
2.Don't rely on color alone.
3.Use markup and style sheets and do so properly.
4.Clarify natural language usage.
5.Create tables that transform gracefully.
6. Ensure that pages featuring new technologies transform gracefully.
7.Ensure user control of time-sensitive content changes.
9.Design for device independence.
10.Use interim solutions.
11.Use W3C technologies and guidelines.
12.Provide context and orientation information.
13.Provide clear navigation mechanisms.
Ohio’s Assistive Technology Distance Learning Project
Online courses include:
Graduate credit available.
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INFOhio’s Web Accessibility Committee