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No. Best practice is not to have a separate screen-reader version of the site. Suggesting you should have a screen-reader version of the site infers that your main site won't be. Which doesn't really make any sense, because a non-screen-reader optimised site would be one not built to proper HTML web standards. And why would you intentionally build a ...


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WCAG2.0 is the currently generally-accepted standard for accessibility. Section 508 compliance checklists also exist (http://www.section508.gov/summary-section508-standards) but may be outdated: the original 508 guidelines are comparatively vague, and were written before e.g. screenreaders could interpret javascript so are more restrictive than necessary. ...


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Both of them However, the alt description in the image should be for the link description, not for the image itself From Accesibility and Usability at Penn State: Image ALT Tag Tips for HTML term "ALT tag" is a common shorthand term used to refer to the ALT attribute within in the IMG tag. Any time you use an image, be sure to include an ALT ...


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There is no such thing as website exclusively built for the blind or handicapped. In fact by creating a separate website, you are indirectly isolating these people with disabilities and defeats the purpose of web accessibility. A good design/coding should be inclusive and be able to meet everybody's needs. You cannot "Tab" through the radio buttons ...


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According to the Wikipedia entry on high/low context cultureL In a higher-context culture, many things are left unsaid, letting the culture explain. Words and word choice become very important in higher-context communication, since a few words can communicate a complex message very effectively to an in-group (but less effectively outside that ...


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Well, tag is used to group related elements in a form - so yes. You can also take usage of legend and label inside your fieldset, i.e.: <fieldset> <legend>Date</legend> <label><select><option value=".....</select> Day</label> <label><select><option value=".....</select> ...



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