This handbook is designed to give Web developers a way to approach designing accessible Web pages. Instead of simply being a checklist, it will guide you through ways of thinking about Web design in logical divisions.

This is a work in progress. If something is unclear to you or if you have suggestions, please email Greg Kraus.

Step 1: Understand the nature of what is required to design accessibly

Step 2: Choose the most appropriate technology and document format to ensure the widest possible number of users can access your content

Step 3: Start with some of the basics that often get overlooked

Step 4: Plan your document structure so that all users can easily navigate your content

Step 5: Plan your user interactions so that all users can effectively engage your content

Step 6: Design alternate ways for users to access your non-textual content

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