While making accessible websites is accepted practice by any web devloper worth his or her salt, sometimes we need help identifying exactly how to. The W3C's WCAG are here to help us, and our clients.
Trouble is, they're quite in-depth and long-winded. Thankfully now, though I found something on my travels that will help me tick as many of the accessibility boxes as possible. Remembering of course that making websites accessible is much more than just crossing off items from a list.
Here is is: the WCAG cheatsheet
Jason posted this on Monday, July 02, 2007 at 8:41 pm. Leave comment.