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INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS - WEB PAGES
Web Page Accessibility
How do you make Web sites accessible to people with disabilities? Here are a few ideas:
- A user with hearing problems will need to have video captioning included.
- People with mobility impairments benefit from well-designed sites that allow for easy movement through the site utilizing alternate input devices.
- Users with sight disabilities who cannot see the information on a Web site benefit from accessing a site that is designed to facilitate screen reader technology or that allows fonts to be resized easily.
- Learning-disabled users benefit from good design that provides consistent elements as well as both visual and aural input.
Accessibility Tips for Web Pages
- Include descriptive alternate text for every image.
- Label links to describe where the link leads.
- Use appropriate headings for page title (h1), section heading (h2), and subsection heading (h3).
Additional Resources for Web Pages
Last updated: June 22, 2011
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