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Re: (PLEASE IGNORE) accessibility check for site-tear it apart!

From: The Snider's Web <lsnider@thesnidersweb.com>
Date: Mon, 09 Sep 2002 08:14:25 -0300
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To: w3c-wai-ig@w3.org

Hi All,

I sent this to the wrong list, my apologies :) Please ignore.



At 09:04 AM 9/8/2002 -0300, The Snider's Web wrote:

>Hi All,
>I put up this site for my client in late 2000/early 2001, at that time I 
>found that finding accessibility info was tough-not like today :) I looked 
>at many major sites for the disabled to see what they did and read 
>whatever I could-so there may be things I don't have on this site-and any 
>comments/help with accessibility and usability would be much appreciated.
>The client works with disabled entrepreneurs-so this site is used by 
>people with every type of disability. When I designed the site, the 
>organization was able to get a few testers with different 
>disabilities-which was great. Now I need more feedback to see what changes 
>I can do to the site to make it even better.
>Here is the site:
>The page that gives me most concern is the membership application page.
>I had this tested by one person and their screen reader (I also tested it 
>with IBM and Jaws), but I would love to know if anyone else has any 
>comments about it-how to improve it?
>Most of the pages validate to html 4.01 trans, although I know that the 
>'did you know' page has a problem with <br> in a <ul> list. I am also 
>aware of the PDF issues on the newsletter page-we are changing them very soon.
>Any feedback (positive or negative) is appreciated-feel free to tear the 
>site apart!
Received on Monday, 9 September 2002 07:15:08 UTC

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