2.3. CSS and Web Accessibility

Accessibility has been an important focus of a great deal of thought and design on the Web, almost from the beginning. People with various physical impairments, who needed specific kinds of browser support, have generally found themselves well served by various Web accessibility initiatives and products (see Appendix C, for a listing of some of the more important sites related to this topic).

While CSS cannot, obviously, provide an ideal solution for all special needs, you can take advantage of CSS to solve some accessibility problems.

In the preceding section, I provided a brief example of using CSS to increase the size of the type on your Web pages, which made it fairly easy to offer a site for people who are ...

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