How our use of markup may effect your use of these slides.

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This curriculum makes extensive use of HTML 4.0 and CSS 1.0 techniques, but as of February 2000:

Since a major goal of this curriculum is to show authors the benefits of using the new techniques:

In some cases the browser you are using will not support the particular markup we have used to illustrate an example. In those instances, we have made an attempt to ensure that what you will see (or hear) will still make sense in context and explain what is supposed to be happening.

The most important thing to remember is that Web browsing tools and assistive technology are constantly evolving. We hope the "next" release of every tool will support more accessibility features and W3C recommendations than the current release.

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Chuck Letourneau & Geoff Freed

W3C Web Accessibility Initiative

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