Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Companies get help building websites for disabled users

This has been a long time coming but now its here perhaps companies that build websites will start using their heads and force the web designing community which has spent for too much time making websites flash in the last 10 years and not practical to wake up and give everyone access.

So what is it? Well it's called PAS 78, it's a set of guidelines developed to help companies comply with laws developed in the UK in 1999. The law states that UK companies with a public accessible face on the Internet are obliged to provide access to everyone, including disabled users.

PAS 78 has been developed to help anyone looking to build a disabled user friendly website with the 78 key things they need to get their site to work with pretty much all disabled equipment available for computers.

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