Sitemap of the CD
Top level has the following files:
- the opening page
- a form to be printed for ordering more CDs
- who sponsored and contributed to the making of this CD
- the style sheet for the CD, and
- suggestions for using this CD.
- the icons used at the beginning of the CD material
- W3C guidelines for making universally accessible websites and a 'cheat-sheet' or two for web authors
- the full-text version of Liddy Nevile's WAI Day presentation
- a small collection of the websites as they were on the web in August/September 1998
- some videos showing how screen readers and other adaptive technologies try to make the web accessible and
- Browsers: Mac Windows 3.1 or Windows 95
- some browsers you might want to try. For PCs: Netscape, Internet Explorer, Lynx and Opera and for Macs: Netscape and Internet Explorer.
- A set of concise webpages suitable for a "PowerPoint' style display to accompany a presentation about universal web accessibility.
- The opening page for the presentation.
- A set of images showing the same webpages seen through a range of browsers.
- What is universal accessibility to webpages?
- Who can do something to make more webpages universally accessible?
- Who can champion the cause of universal web accessibility?
- What should we know about the content of webpages?
- What should we know about metadata?
- What information should we have about the content of webpages?
- How is 'rating' of a website used?
- What should we know about the structure of webpages?
- What should we know about the layout of webpages?
- What should we know about HTML 4.0 markup?
- What should we know about Portable Data Format (PDF)?
- What should we know about Cascading Style Sheets?
- How do we check the accessibility of the content of webpages?
- Some examples of the validation of HTML markup of webpages.
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