The Web should be made accessible to as many people as possible, regardless of any disabilities they might have.
An interesting discussion on when web accessibility becomes the responsibility of the user.
An overview of what web accessibility is and who you need to consider when building an accessible website.
A presentation and a list of questions to ask when checking the accessibility of a website.
A couple of weeks ago I promised to make an English version of Webbutveckling med standarder. Well, I spent most…
An A List Apart article in which Trenton Moss debunks four myths about web accessibility and the UK law.
Trenton Moss presents eight ways in which accessibility will save or make your client money.
From January 1, 2006, all websites of New Zealand public service departments must meet the New Zealand Government Web Guidelines version 2.1, which means they must be standards compliant and accessible.
Jim Thatcher analyzes accessibility mistakes made on a US federal agency website.
Jared Smith and Paul Bohman describe a seven step process for evaluating the accessibility of a website.
A checklist to help you remember important accessibility features.
Cameron Adams has made a few examples of how HTML forms can be styled with CSS.
In Usability and Fly-Out Menus D. Keith Robinson writes about the (lack of) usability of most implementations of fly-out (a.k.a….
From A List Apart #174: How to make links to pop-up windows accessible.
A nice article on creating structured tables.
Apple’s screen reading technology, scheduled for delivery in the next major release of Mac OS X.
Joe Clark explains how to make attractive and accessible web sites.
James Craig asks at what point accessibility becomes the user’s responsibility.
Effectively increasing search engine ranking with W3C Accessibility guidelines and Section 508
A whole bunch of links to accessibility resources.