Web Development

General discussion


Accessibilty options in webdesign

By davoud ·
Hi all,

I am thinking about the accessibilty options in web design and doing some research on how one can embed a text reading software to an html file with the option of turnning it on and off.

Any Idea would be appreciated.


This conversation is currently closed to new comments.

Thread display: Collapse - | Expand +

All Comments

Collapse -

don't use html, use

by Jaqui In reply to Accessibilty options in w ...

xhtml and xml.
much more flexible.

just consider this:
most people that need accessability tools, have thier systems configured to make use of them, by including one you could actually make it harder for them to vew the page.

you may be looking at a feature that isn't needed.

Collapse -

Jaqui, thanks

by davoud In reply to don't use html, use

for your message. Yes I accept that Xhtml is more flexible. But I guess for now I am looking at using html anyway. In regards to the accessibilty options, as I mentioned earlier I am thinking about making it optional, so there will not be any obstacle for using the website.

Back to my question how you can embed the text reading software to an html file.


Related Discussions

Related Forums