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Friday, September 29, 2006

Accessibility Standards: - State health department Web sites inaccessible to many, study finds

State health department Web sites inaccessible to many, study finds
PhysOrg - In 2005, 58 percent of the state sites did not meet the minimum accessibility standards recommended by disability advocates, including the ability to generate text in a format for Braille displays or speech synthesizers, procedures for using Text

Aardvark Media launches to double registered - 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

Macy's arrives Saturday
Syracuse Post-Standard - Accessibility standards, we call it." Store employees there are 175 in the Carousel Center Macy's are decked out in all-black, a new Macy's dress code, said Lauren Begay, general manager of the Carousel store. "It's easier for customers to identify

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DVD Creation - The customizable 508 & W3C Compliance Checker automatically ensures content is compliant with accessibility standards and restricts the ability to publish, if necessary -- Integrated document management - New functionality in

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Davis Enterprise - A bedroom or convertible room on the ground floor also could be required to meet accessibility standards. If you do these adjustments before the house is built, it s much less expensive, Reardon said. Everybody s a potential member of the

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Accessibility Standards: - Online Press Release:

Online Press Release:
PRWeb - Releases Ramp Ascend 4.0 for Web Applications Deque extends Ramp Ascend to provide unparalleled value proposition for tackling conformance of web applications with universally accepted accessibility standards. - 2004-11-03 New Software Helps Insurance

Retail websites fail access test
BBC News - Although none of the sites met the minimum accessibility standards, John Lewis, Marks & Spencer and Tesco were considered to have paid particular attention to accessibility. Nomensa's managing director, Simon Norris, said the UK's 10 million disabled

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