Accessibility People with disabilities should be able to use websites as easily as people with no disabilities. Therefore techniques have been developed and recommended which are grouped under the term Accessibility.
Abbreviations Abbreviations (abbr) supports Accessibility and allows screen readers for people with disabilities (such as Fire Vox or Webformator) to interpret or read abbreviations correctly.
Acronym An acronym (acronym) is a so-called short-word (such as NASA), which supports the Accessibility and screen readers for people with disabilities (such as Fire Vox or Webformator) and allows to interpret or read short words correctly.
TabCommands In a web browser, an access key or accesskey allows a computer user to immediately jump to a specific part of a web page via the keyboard. Access keys can be activated as follows. Internet Explorer, Mozilla and Chrome: Alt+Number. Netscape/ Firefox: Alt+Shift+Number. Opera: Shift+Esc+Number from menu.
XHTML The W3C-standard Extensible HyperText Markup Language (extensible HTML; Abbreviation: XHTML) is a text-based markup language to structure and markup semantic content such as text, images and hyperlinks in documents. Accessibility requires validated XHTML and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets).
=> Disabled persons find access keys, titles for links, embossed or braille options for printing.
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