Building Accessible Websites
Using a strategic approach to the issues in a journalistic style, this book will be a foundation for how people think about this issue going forward-the first book people would read on the topic, before delving into the minutiae of the moment.
With lawsuits and human-rights complaints proliferating, and with simple awareness of accessibility percolating through the industry, soon it will be hard to find a web shop that won't be producing accessible sites, whether it presently has the experience and know-how or not. Government mandates, lawsuits from disability groups, more non-English speaking web users, and an increasing population of Web-enabled devices make this a vital topic.
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Beautifully typeset, but very outdated – it would really deserve a good update.
Review: Building Accessible WebsitesUser Review - Miguel Frias - Goodreads
This book covers several useful topics related to accessibility but in a very tedious way. Summary: - Use alt and title in all media elements like img, object, applet (does anyone still use it?), or any other thing, including inputs. - Use HTML property: accesskey. - Use HTML property: accesstab Read full review