Verifying and Addressing Accessibility

Accessibility relates to the way a page is structured and how it will render in devices that are used by people who have vision problems or who need other special browser considerations.

Good HTML/XHTML practices such as using valid code and meaningful alt tags, and not relying on JavaScript or Flash for key elements such as navigation will prevent most accessibility problems.

In this exercise, you will create code that violates accessibility standards, and then you will repair the error.


USE the CH3 site. This practice site is located in the Documents\Microsoft Press\Expression Web SBS\Sample Sites folder.

OPEN the CH3 site and display the default.htm page.

  1. On the Tools menu, click Accessibility Reports

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