Thank you Jack and Whilst gary.
Thank you both for your kind greetings.
ve replied to your articles below...
Jack - I agree that it can be useful to have more people with problems involved in accessibility and also commenting on the availability of sites.
However, my hubby is, in part, an online developer, and by means of me he had obtained very interested in accessibility issues even though his / her only impairment has six and a half base tall! For your ex the virtual world is the only one by which his height isn'
t getting in the way!
All too often folks who actually face problems in terms of accessibility get ignored.
m sick and tired of being told a site *is* accessible when I recognize darned well it'
s not - not to me personally anyway! Even other impaired people at times tell me that something is accessible because their specific assistance technology works, but that doesn'
t mean that mine, and my very particular ways of accessing the internet, additionally does.
s not to say there aren'
t a good amount of people out there without impairments how do great be employed in terms of accessibility!