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Comment: Websites must improve access for all

This year’s United Nations Day for Disabled Persons, on December 3, focused on e-accessibility.

16th December, 2006

This year’s United Nations Day for Disabled Persons, on December 3, focused on e-accessibility.

E-accessibility is essentially about making sure the information and services that are provided on websites reach the widest possible audience. However, it is not just people with disabilities who have trouble accessing information on the internet.

For example, people using handheld devices such as mobile phones or Blackberry devices often cannot access the full content of websites. If websites do...

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