Hawaii State Department of Education
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 require that state and local governments insure that their web sites are accessible to people with disabilities. For a good introduction, see
Understanding the goal...
Instead of creating its own standards, the ADA web site (above) refers us to established Federal and industry standards:
In the details there are some differences, but they both have the same goal.
What does this mean practically speaking?
According to one university, the most common problems are...
Here are some hints on how to correct problems:
* Also see: free or commercial programs
Getting to Work...
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