Ingredients for Web Accessibility: A Step-Through Overview

[@@introduction@@ Much of the focus of Web accessibility has been on the responsibilities of Web content developers. This view misses the crucial interdependence of other "ingredients" of Web development and interaction.]

This overview introduces how the different ingredients each have a role in Web accessibility, and the WAI guidelines for the different ingredients.

See also:
About Ingredients for Web Accessibility Step-Through Overview
includes instructions for using this material.

Web Content

Web content is the information in a Web page or Web application,
including text, images, forms, sounds, and such.

Getting Web Content

People ("users") use Web browsers, media players, assistive technologies, and other "user agents" to get and interact with Web content.

Making Web Content

Web content developers use authoring tools and evaluation tools to create Web content.

The Power of One Ingredient


Ingredients for Web Accessibility

Question: How do you know who is suppose to do what for Web accessibility?
Answer: W3C WAI Accessibility Guidelines...

W3C WAI Accessibility Guidelines

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Version: DRAFT $Date: Wednesday 13 September 2006 - 11:42:38$
Editor: Shawn Lawton Henry. Graphic artist: Michael Duffy.
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