Friday, January 28, 2005

What do the Accessibility Guidelines Mean to Me?

"On May 5, 1999, the W3C came out with a recommendation on Web Content Accessibility. This recommendation explains how to create Web content that is accessible to people with disabilities.

But why create accessible HTML? As long as most people can read your page, who really cares, right? Well, if you're trying to make money on the Web, perhaps now you aren't having any trouble, but what's going to happen when the hype dies down and there are so many e-commerce pages on the Web that your little domain is just one of millions? If your site is accessible now, you will have loyal buyers later."

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