||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 (abbr) supports Accessibility and allows screen readers for people with disabilities (such as Fire Vox or Webformator) to interpret or read abbreviations correctly.
||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.
||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.
||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).