User Control

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Resources:
Accessibility Features of CSS

A summary of the features of the Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), level 2 Recommendation (CSS2) known to directly affect the accessibility of Web documents.

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Accessibility Features of SMIL

A summary of the accessibility features of SMIL (Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language) 1.0.

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Accessibility Features of SVG

A summary of the features of SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) that support accessibility.

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Accessible Software Guidelines

Numerous guidelines relevant to designing accessible software applications and user interfaces. Companies represented include Apple, IBM, Microsoft and the WGBH National Center fo…

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Adaptive Technology Resource Centre: University of Toronto

A research-and-development group based at the University of Toronto. Areas of study include Web, multimedia and distance-learning accessibility, and software and hardware accessib…

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Apple: People with Special Needs

Information about OS X’s enhancements for people with disabilities.

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Curriculum for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0

On-line curriculum that explains the Web Accessibility Initiative’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 (WCAG 1.0) and gives examples for its use.

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Evaluation, Repair, and Transformation Tools for Web Content Accessibility

A collection of evaluation, repair, and transformation tools useful for Web content developers and Web users who wish to make the Web more accessible.

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IBM Developer Guidelines

Accessibility guidelines for software, hardware, Web, Java, Lotus Notes and peripherals.

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Macromedia Accessibility

Information about, and examples of, accessible content created with Macromedia products.

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