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How To Improve Accessibility

Computing : Web Sites

If you have a web site, it can be easy to forget those users who have sight problems, and therefore rely on a text to speech browser to read your site.

To ensure you cater for every audience, follow these tips:
- put descriptive alt tags with all images
- avoid javascript or event driven navigation
- ensure all links have a textual description
- keep page structure clear
- avoid use of frames
- avoid use of too many symbols in your text
- provide access keys navigation options on your site, enabling site visitors to use certain key presses to move around your site as an alternate form of navigation


By: Stephen

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