The Web should be made accessible to as many people as possible, regardless of any disabilities they might have.
Excellent advice on the use of checkboxes and radio buttons.
The other day I came a cross a pretty strange discussion, at least from my point of view, in a…
A discussion on when and how to provide text equivalents for images.
A guide to publishing accessible video on the web.
Accessible menu tabs with rounded corners.
An interesting discussion about the Text Email Newsletter Standard.
Slides from a presentation on web accessibility.
A standard designed to increase usability and accessibility of plain text email newsletters.
Not the best way of making a website accessible.
Redesigns don’t necessarily make a site better or more useful.
Online travel services make their sites accessible.
Note: this article is in Swedish. An English translation will be available later. Tidigare i år publicerade svenska Internetworld Sveriges…
Accessible, web standards based makeovers of inaccessible sites.
CSS techniques for hiding elements from graphical browsers, but not from screen readers.
XHTML 2.0 replaces the accesskey attribute with the access attribute.
Three useful things learned from observing screen reader users.
Some thoughts on what makes a good URI.
Accessible movie reviews and an example of an advanced, accessible table.
A discussion on when to use the title attribute.
An assessment of accessibility and standards conformance in four EU countries.