First the good news: the RNIB in conjunction with the BSI have released new guidelines (called PAS 78) to help website commissioners and developers make their sites accessible. Which is a Very Good Thing.
So, I know what you're thinking. "Where can I get it?" "What's the URL?". You can't! You just can't! They're making accessibility guidelines "inaccessible". You have to buy them for £30 from BSI. And that's BS, if you ask me.
Come on guys, do everyone a favour and release them on your site. For nothing. Everyone needs to see those guidelines. Remember, the web's not just built by professionals. So help guide all the amateurs and make the web a more accessible place for everyone.
Jason posted this on Thursday, March 16, 2006 at 6:13 pm. Leave comment.