Web accessibility is a core component of eAccessibility, and relates to the the extent to which Web users with disabilities can access and use a web resource, site or application for its intended purpose, without experiencing barriers relating to their disability. The definition can be extended to consider Web users who access and use the Web under other constraints, such as low-bandwidth Internet connections or mobile Internet devices.
Find out more about Web accessibility by topic:
- Approaches to commissioning and creating accessible Web resources - from procurement to development to evaluation.
- Standards and guidelines for Web accessibility
- Case studies on Web accessibility
- Legislation and policy relevant to Web Accessibility
Find out more about accessibility and specific Web resources and tools:
- Content Management Systems and accessibility
- Managed/Virtual Learning Environments and accessibility
- Online survey tools and accessibility
- Rich Internet Applications and accessibility
- Social Networking Systems and accessibility
- Web authoring tools and accessibility
Find out more about accessibility and specific Web technologies and formats: