Accessible Website Design Information Document List
Updated/Revised Date: 2019-04-08
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Although some of these documents from our Website Accessibility category may have since been updated, re-written, replaced, or revised, they are sorted below by their original publish date. The most recent publications are listed at the top of the table with older articles being listed in descending order by the date they were created.
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List of Website Accessibility Publications:
Eleventh Circuit United States Court issues decision in the area of disability rights: whether a business website is a place of public accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Detailed study of all the crucial aspects of the Website Accessibility Software market is included in the market report such as market share, production, regions, key players, etc..
Recite Me is a cloud-based web accessibility assistive toolbar solution that allows website visitors to customize a site in a way that works best for them.
All European public-sector bodies now legally obliged to have accessible websites for all members of the public including persons with disabilities.
List of computer shortcut keys and mouse/keyboard combinations for the Google Chrome browser and Chromebook.
Instructions on how to enable Adobe Flash Player in Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Internet Explorer, and Opera web browsers.
List of new, top, 2nd and 3rd level Internet domain extensions and country code extensions including gTLDs, ccTLDs, nTLDs, legacy domains and their locations.
Open source tool Ace by DAISY lets publishing industry test their ebooks against internationally recognized standards for accessibility ensuring people with disabilities have equal access to publications.
Rules approved by European Parliament states websites and apps of public administrations, hospitals, courts and other public sector bodies to be made accessible to everyone.
User1st innovative solution for helping make websites accessible to people with disabilities without needing to recode or alter website design.
2016 OpenAIR event harnesses high-tech training and friendly competition to address accessible website design challenges.
Settlements with education organizations in seven U.S. states and one territory to ensure website accessibility for people with disabilities.
Informal deal with European Parliament on new directive to make public sector websites and mobile applications more accessible for people with disabilities.
Digital accessibility checklist to help guide local government leaders in making online services available to people with disabilities.
A look at some milestones in history that were implemented to help right social equality of people living with disabilities.
CLOUD4ALL project improving accessibility for people with disabilities, improving employment prospects and preventing social exclusion.
Boston Wheelock College First Private College in U.S to Comply with ADA Laws for Website Accessibility
Wheelock college is improving website accessibility for all people interested in improving the lives of children and families.
U.S. Justice Department entered into settlement agreement with owners and operators of www.peapod.com to remedy alleged violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
The Web Accessibility Recognition Scheme is now open for applications from September 28 until December 31, 2014.
OpenAIR competition invites web professionals to receive disability awareness and accessible design skills training.
Examines website accessibility and discusses technical specifications explaining how to build interfaces that are accessible to people with disability.
Inaccessibility on the Web and Internet-enabled mobile technologies are threatening to exclude people who experience forms of disabilities.
New search site What Do You Love (WDYL) provides a reference desk of information from Google services on the same page.
Microsoft free online accessibility training courses tools and resources to help developers create products services and websites accessible to people with disabilities.
Most website owners acknowledge the need to eliminate existing barriers that keep millions from accessing online services.
The Fix the Web campaign is a part of the e-Accessibility Forum which is a group that focuses on web accessibility issues.
Instructures Canvas is a new learning management system (LMS) that takes usability to a whole new level.
Sydneyforall.com is developed by people with disabilities for people with disabilities to improve visitors experience in Sydney Australia.
Accessology is a company that provides services in training and assisting an understanding of disability regulations and compliance assistance.
Project to greatly improve access to critical public government online services by constructing a first of a kind Web Accessibility Cloud Center.
Open Source community paves way for developers ensuring that rich Internet applications are accessible for the disabled, people with disabilities, and the elderly..
New technology helps Webmasters make Web sites more comprehensible on mobile devices; adapted from technology created for visually impaired.
Web design teams showcase talents as they donate newly acquired website accessible design skills.
Google has increased the size of text in their search form and the actual search box size for easier viewing.
The release of the Bing search engine by the Microsoft Corporation presents more competition for your search business online.
A Review of Googles Accessible Online Services GMail, Scholar, Video Search, Book Search and more.
How to instructions for adjusting the color contrast of website pages in Windows operating systems.
Guide to resizing text and fonts using Internet Explorer FireFox Opera Safari Google Chrome and Netscape web browsers.
One of the abilities of the Opera browser is a function to not only change the default text size of web pages but also increase image sizes.
Guide explaining how to increase the default font or text size on website pages when using the Netscape web browser.
How to guide for changing the default text size on website pages when using Internet Explorer web browser.
Step by step guide to changing text size on web pages when using FireFox web browser.
Information on how to make website page text size bigger or smaller in the Safari browser.
Guide to using keyboard shortcuts to increase or decrease the text size when using the Google Chrome browser.
Information on the difference between Pingbacks Trackbacks Refbacks and LinkBacks used on blogs and blogging software.
Building websites with web standards and with accessibility in mind creates better websites.
A big mistake many website designers make is to confuse usability with accessibility.
Chart of HTML color samples including Hex color codes, RGB values, and website safe accessibility colors for people with Protanopia, Deuteranopia, or Tritanopia.
A list of tips to easily find what you are looking for when using the Google search engine.
Well known statistics website Sitemeter updated its website to a format using flash technology but is it accessible to people with disabilities.
Vision Australia offers webmasters and website designers a free toolbar for checking web-page and website accessibility.
The W3C new standard to help Web designers create websites to meet needs of users with disabilities.
Pronunciation Lexicon Specification (PLS) 1.0 W3C Speech Interface Framework for creating Web applications driven by voice and speech.
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