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I’m reading a superb Andy Budd presentation on accessibility.

I know that this site breaks a lot of the rules but in the spirit of “one thing at a time, Gungadin”, I’m practising on a site elsewhere and will implement changes here in a short while.

Meanwhile Real Life continues apace, deadlines abound, more later.

[Written while this site was hosted at TypePad.]

3 Responses to “Accessibility”

  1. Em
    January 24th, 2005 19:50
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    Is it me, or is it ironic that the Web Accessibility Toolbar only works with IE5+ ?

  2. Birdy
    January 24th, 2005 21:15
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    Dive into accessibility is a great resource – I think it talks about so much more than accessibility too.

    Nice one Daisy!

  3. stevef
    January 26th, 2005 06:25
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    re: comment “Is it me, or is it ironic that the Web Accessibility Toolbar only works with IE5+ ?”
    see: reasons why the accessibility toolbar is only for IE (http://www.meryl.net/blog/archives/002638.php)

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