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Users with limited vision rely on the ability to enlarge text or choose enhanced color combinations. However, most web browsers cannot change the size and color of images. Whenever possible, use actual text instead of images of text. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) can be used to achieve specific sizes, colors, or effects. Text that requires exact formatting, such as logos and/or other branding elements, are appropriate exceptions. WCAG 1.0 3.1; WCAG 2.0 1.4.5 Font sizes can be set using "absolute" or "relative" units of measurement. Absolute units, notably pixels ( px ), points ( pt ), and inches ( in ), are ...
As part of my usability consulting practice, I’m sometimes asked to conduct accessibility reviews of client web sites. The purpose of the review is to identify barriers on the page that would prevent someone who has a disability–or who is using an assistive technology–from using or understanding the content on the web page. Because the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0) are pretty extensive, and because there’s no tool that will automatically identify all the accessibility barriers in a web page, I use a variety of tools to help me figure out where the ... Read More
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