Web Accessibility Myths

In the article Web Accessibility Myths, common misunderstandings of accessible web sites are addressed and rebutted. Be it a poorly marked-up article, the content has some great points including:

  • Creating a separate text-only equivalent can lead to a number of problems.
  • To develop an accessible website from scratch will cost virtually the same as to develop a website that isn’t accessible.
  • Web accessibility actually places very few restrictions on website design.
  • Blind and disabled people benefit from the Internet perhaps more than anyone else.

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