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CHALLENGE: Accessibility know-how needs to go mainstream with developers. NOW.
Posted on November 27, 2011 | 67 Comments
Relatively, there isn’t a lot of great information about accessibility out there. You really have to seek it out. How many of you know what JAWS is? After popping up IE6/IE7/IE8 et. al. to ensure website compatibility, do you also check your content in a screen reader?
I would argue that it’s more important to make a site accessible than pretty for older browsers. For [...]