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The Accessibility category contains information to help designers, developers and Web site owners understand, learn, and create sites that are as accessible as possible to those with disabilities, text browsers, assistive technologies, and more. Also included are resources for the Section 508 U.S. government guidelines for accessibility, tools, and more. You'll find helpful articles and tutorials on Web accessibility, software, tools, book recommendations and more. There are both accessible design considerations and markup, code considerations for accessibility, which are all covered within this category.

Do you know of some good articles, tutorials, tips, Web sites, books, or other resources related to Web site accessibility? Recommendations are welcome and encouraged!

Books on Web Site Accessibility
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  •  Book cover: Building Accessible Websites (With CD-ROM) by Joe Clark 
  • Web Accessibility: Web Standards and Regulatory Compliance, by Andrew Kirkpatrick, et al. Friends of ED (07-2006) 
  •  Web Accessibility for People With Disabilities, by Michael G. Paciello. CMP Books 10-2000. 

Read short reviews and find more book recommendations on Web site-related topics in our Recommended Books Accessibility Books section!

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