How To Make Your Site Handicap Accessible

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Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Realty Suburban

handicap accessible signIn my last post I asked the question Is Your Site Handicap Accessible?  If you are interested in making your site more handicap accessible, might I suggest 30 Days To A More Accessible Web Site

Mark Pilgrim's book Dive Into Accessibility discusses first why you should make your web site accessible to those with disabilities and then how to make it accessible.

Comments (3)

Scott Gormley
Oak Valley Mortgage-California Home Loans and Refinancing - Chico, CA

Hey Jacqueline,

I'm going to look through your links on this blog. I think this is a great topic and I look forward to learning more about the ways that I can make things easier form my clients in thier online experience :)

Scott

Dec 15, 2006 11:59 PM
Chris Tesch
RE/MAX Bryan-College Station - College Station, TX
College Station, Texas Real Estate
Excellent and timely advice!  Our market has one in four of our relos being over the age of 65, some with sight disorders and hearing disorders.  Good information!
Dec 16, 2006 12:07 AM
Gary McAdams
GMAC Schwartz Property Sales - Key West, FL
Very good thoughts.  The more accessable we are the more chances we have of being reached.  More traffic = more sales.
Dec 19, 2007 08:10 AM