Accessibility Standards: - Annie Jennings
PRWeb - Survey of Premiership Football Club Websites A report published by net-progress into English Premier League Football Club websites has revealed that 85% of those websites failed to meet basic accessibility standards and were also likely to provide an
Novus Leisure begins online drive
NetImperative - The search engine friendly sites meet W3C accessibility standards and plans are in place to provide a secure transactions area before Christmas to process online booking deposits along with the development of an API to allow select third parties to
EU aims to bridge digital divide
Times of Malta - Moreover, in the EU, only 10 per cent of persons over 65 use the internet and only three per cent of public websites comply fully with minimum web accessibility standards. Addressing the conference, Information Society and Media Commissioner Viviane
Eric Kinney, President
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Property problems: Who pays for providing wheelchair access?
New Zealand Herald - Q: Are businesses that are visited by the public required to provide wheelchair access where the need for A: The Building Act 2004 sets the accessibility standards for buildings.