Accessible HTML

“I’ve heard seemingly reasonable people argue in favor of excluding people with disabilities from their sites. Sure, if only 1 percent of all browsers hitt

“I’ve heard seemingly reasonable people argue in favor of excluding people with disabilities from their sites. Sure, if only 1 percent of all browsers hitting your site are text browsers, and you’ve no current personal need for assistive technology (like me), and you have tons of bandwidth (like we do at HotWired), you might not see the immediate benefits of catering to 1 percent of your visitors. But making sites universally accessible is easy, cost effective, and in concert with Web design fundamentals.” Also see The Web Accessibility Initiative.


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE