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Sams Teach Yourself CSS 24 in Hours by Kynn Bartlett

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Chapter 22. Accessibility and Print Media

<feature><title>What You’ll Learn in This Hour:</title>
  • What hurdles people with disabilities face and how your use of CSS design can increase their accessibility to the Web

  • Which standards relating to accessibility the W3C and the U.S. government have published

  • How Aural Cascading Style Sheets are used and which browsers for visually impaired users support them

  • How to specify rules for specific media types

  • Which media types are supported by CSS and when they are used

  • What kinds of things to consider when making a print style sheet

The promise inherent in the name “World Wide Web” is an information network that can be used by everyone across the entire world. To a large degree this promise has been fulfilled, ...

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