Web Accessbility Report

Web accessibility is the process of enabling people with disabilities to perceive, understand, navigate and interact with the web and thus enabling them to contribute to the web in some way. Web accessibility includes all disabilities that affect web access such as visual, auditory and physical, speech and neurological disabilities.

Internet is now increasingly being accessed by people with disabilities and ensuring that your website meets the web accessibility standards can be extremely beneficial. It can be both easy and complex to make and depends on factors like type of content, size and complexity of the website, development tools used and overall environment. It’s extremely complex sometimes to fix inaccessible websites such as those which were not ‘coded’ properly originally with standard XHTML markup.

Therefore, when developing or redesigning a website, evaluating accessibility early and consistently can help identify accessibility problems when it’s easier to deal with them. A comprehensive evaluation process is a complex procedure, although basic evaluation can be done just by changing some settings in a browser.

Web site accessibility report provides general procedures and tips for evaluating website in different circumstances, during development and ongoing monitoring of existing websites. Using a consistent and comprehensive evaluation report format can help ensure highly effective evaluations and accurate comparisons of accessibility levels over time and between different sites.


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Author: vasu14 Jan 2009 Member Level: Silver   Points : 0

it is very helpful



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