Version 0.9.9 adds support for Firefox 1.5. Read more for the details.
This is the first in a series of articles where we look at how government organisations use the W3C recommendations. Using the mass validation tool from a previous article, Validating an entire site, we have a look at our first contestant: USA. The result: only 13 of 546 government web sites tested use valid HTML.
Content is often overlooked when working with a web site to increase accessibility. Even if your web site follows all W3C recommendations it will still be inaccessible if your content is difficult to comprehend. Let’s have a look at how you can measure text readability in english, spanish, swedish, danish and french to get a feel for the readability of your content.
If you are an experienced ASP.NET developer but new to accessibility you may have searched the web for ASP.NET accessibility information. It is likely that most of your results have been about how ASP.NET 2.0 promises improved standards support and better accessibility. But 2.0 isn’t here yet. In this article we have a look at what you can do right now to increase accessibility in ASP.NET 1.1 web applications.