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Subject: Re: [uk-netmarketing] RE: RE: Blind Readers
From: Rajesh Sinha
Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2001 20:02:34 -0000


CAST (Center for Applied Special Technology) have software called 'Bobby' which
can be pointed at a Website to check its compliance with 'all of the Priority 1
accessibility checkpoints established by the WAI'.

An increasing number of enlightened clients are looking for Web agencies that
will build 'Bobby approved' Websites, which can then display an approval badge
which indicates accessibility has been taken into account.

You can plug in a URL at: http://www.cast.org/bobby

Or download their software to nuke an entire site.

Hope this helps!


Rajesh Sinha
rajeshatfinancetools [dot] com
Tel: 0870 740 7100
Fax: 0870 740 7101

Quoting Ashley Pomeroy <arpattermisoc [dot] org>:

> >>>>if you contact RNIB they will provide you with a browser called
> Opera<<<<
> It's worth mentioning that Opera isn't blind-specific, it's just a very
> compact visual browser (created as a reaction to the 'software bloat' of
> Netscape and IE). This page:
> http://www.operasoftware.com/special.html
> has more about the accessibility features of the browser.
> -
> "In the land of the blonde, the blondest man is king"
> Ashley Pomeroy - arpatslab [dot] org - http://www.ashleypomeroy.com/

  Re: [uk-netmarketing] RE: RE: Blind Rea, Ashley Pomeroy

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