Chapter 1 : Images

Images drive people attention and make them comfortable on your website. Web authors want to use images that are relevant to the content of the page. A picture is worth thousand words. While content is important, visuals allow the visitor to stop and read the content if the image gives the right perception to them. […]

Chapter 3 : Links

Links typically connects two web pages or attach non web pages on a page. In some cases the links jump from one portion of the page to some other portion of the page. Links even connects the current website to a different website. In any case all that the developers need to remember is The […]

Chapter 4 : Tables

Tables on the web pages are quite common. Anytime where a data content is displayed on the page with rows and columns an HTML table may be used. In the previous chapter we discussed about the charts and graphs. We said that the substitute for charts and graphs are tables. The literacy rate in various […]

Chapter 2 : Charts and Graphs

Charts and graphs are also images on the web pages. However the information conveyed through these images is large. Often the data should also be represented to the user in alternate formats such as tables. An alternate text method is not sufficient to convey all the data available on the charts or graphs. Alternate text […]

Chapter 5: Complex tables and fixed headers

For any business organization, the financial status is released every quarter. The monthly profit of any business organization for a period of 10 years is put on a tabular format, the left column contains the row headers. Each year say from 2001 to 2010 are the row headers. In this case the first row have […]

Chapter 6 : Headings

In a book the title of the book is the main heading and the name of each chapter is the main heading of that page. The headings in the chapter are the sub headings. It is possible that the sub headings can also have sub headings of next level. Say the demographics of India if […]

Chapter 7: Lists

The group of items is a list. It may be the list of groceries for the month, advantages of using a website for business, Steps involved in obtaining a passport, frequently asked questions on a stock exchange website. The similarities in all the examples above are that they are a group of items so should […]

Chapter 8: Tabindex

Tabindex is a HTML attribute that can set an order for focusable elements. Tabindex allow keyboard focus for non-focusable elements and remove focus for a focusable element. The value for a tabindex attribute can be any integer. This means the tabindex attribute can either be a negative, 0 or positive value. Tabindex=”0″ Providing tabindex=”0″ for […]

Chapter 9: Duplicate Id values and Duplicate attributes.

As per accessibility standards web pages should not contain duplicate id values on elements and elements should not have duplicate attributes. What are duplicate id values? Id values are the references for many accessibility enhancements such as label and form association. If the Id values are duplicated on a given web page, it will be […]

Chapter 10: Language

Every web page must have a default language. The default language is the language in which the content on the page is displayed. The ‘lang’ attribute along with the language code (eg: en for English) ensures assistive technologies such as screen readers to read accurately, user agents such as browsers to display the content appropriately. […]

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