Item description for Web Accessibility for People with Disabilities (R & D Developer Series) (R & D Developer Series) by Michael G. Paciello...
Key Benefits Comply with all legal mandates and standards Master HTML enhancements for accessibility Employ the best accessibility tools Make your Web site accessible to everyone! This definitive resource provides Internet and Web administrators and devel
Make your Web site accessible to everyone! This definitive resource provides everything you need to understand the laws, the needs of the disabled, and the processes of site evaluation and implementation. Includes development tools and utilities, techniques for adjusting HTML tags, scripts and other code to improve accessibility.
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Where is the Large-Print version. Jan 13, 2003
Web Accessibility for People With Disabilities
We can't find a Large-Print version of this book. Can people with Disabilities read this book?
Professional Web Developers need access to the resources available in Large-Print. Perhaps this book has the answers? It is not accessible to us.
If anyone knows that this book is accessible to low-vision readers please let us know.
Excellent resource Jan 18, 2002
If you are new to the field of web site accessibility and assistive technologies, you will enjoy this book. It was written to be easily understood. Never fear, you will learn something if you get this book and read it. I use it as a resource....
Good book - product review now out of date Jun 1, 2001
The sections on how to make pages accessible appear to be exactly what we need. Just be aware that this book came out in 2000 and the products reviews are way out of date. For example, Dreamweaver Version 2 is discussed in the book and even in 2000 Version 3 was out. Now we have Version 4. Same with Frontpage, HomeSite, etc.
However, what we need is HOW to make the pages accessible and this book appears to cover that well. As long as you don't look at the product section as being the latest information, this book is a good one -- and I think the only one of its kind.
Accessibility - a "rights" thing to do. Nov 1, 2000
This exhaustive study of the whys and hows of providing accessibility to the World Wide Web was written by pioneer and major participant in the important effort to make the Web usable by everybody.
Although focusing on issues dealing with access for People With Disabilities, the impact on usability of the Web by everyone is made clear.
The major section outlining the almost certain legal consequences of ignoring these matters is must reading for anyone involved in providing materials on the Web. Remember: PROGRAMMERS ARE CHEAPER THAN LAWYERS!