WAI Home Page can be found at:
On-line training from the WAI is available at:
35 ways to browse the web - information about assistive technology: http://www.w3.org/WAI/References/Browsing.html
HTML validator. Check that your code is standards compliant. Type URL into field and receive report. Also validates CSS.
WAI ‘Quick Tips’ card:
Royal National Institute for the Blind - collection of
information and resources including a useful summary
on creating accessible websites.
Report: Get the message online (Word format)
Report: Web site design and the DDA (Word format)
TecDis - a Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) funded service supporting the further and higher education community in all aspects of technology and disabilities and/or learning difficulties.
Accessible Curricula: Good Practice For All (PDF) Easy reading - see parts 7 & 9.
CAST - Validator - use with caution, as manual checking is required.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/betsie - produces text only pages on the fly with 95% accuracy.
British Computer Association for the Blind
Campaign for Plain English
Adobe - advice on making PDF files accessible
Look for their "LIFT" validator and Macromedia 508 accessibility suite extensions. Site license is coming to this University shortly. In the meantime check 5 pages free online at: http://www.usablenet.com Dreamweaver users can download free accessibility extensions from this website.
Delorie - dowload Lynx text browser: