Companies are improving Web access for people with disabilities

12/15/2009 | Google

As more companies are looking to make their Web sites more accessible for people with disabilities, guidelines from the World Wide Web Consortium are suggesting designers incorporate features such as text labels, captions and keyboard shortcuts to make sites more accessible. Unlike the federal government, companies aren't legally required to take such action. But the threat of lawsuits is leading some to make changes.

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