Alternative Views of the Web

Jon Gunderson, Ph.D.
Disability Resources and Education Services
Designing Universally Accessible Web Resources Workshop
e-mail: jongund@uiuc.edu
WWW: Workshop Home Page

Slides

  1. Designing Universally Accessible Web Resources
  2. Needs of People with Disabilities
  3. Question: Why was the web developed?
  4. Answer: Why was the web developed?
  5. Question: What are some myths of the web?
  6. Answer: What are some myths of the web
  7. Adjusting Browsers
  8. Typical Graphical Web View of a Web Resource
  9. High Contrast ViewView
  10. Images Turned Off View
  11. User versus Author Styling of Content
  12. List of Links of View
  13. Internet Explorer: Internet Options Dialog Box in Internet Explorer
  14. Internet Explorer: Accessibility Options Dialog Box in Internet Explorer
  15. Internet Explorer: Color Dialog Box in Internet Explorer
  16. Internet Explorer: Font Dialog Box in Internet Explorer
  17. Internet Explorer: ALT Text Rendering Option in Internet Explorer
  18. Internet Explorer: Pictures Off Option in Internet Explorer
  19. Internet Explorer: Images Turned On
  20. Internet Explorer: Images Turned Off
  21. Internet Explorer: Shortcut keys
  22. Internet Explorer: Additional keyboard commands
  23. Opera 8.5: Author view of document
  24. Opera 8.5: User high contrast view of document
  25. Opera 8.5: Preference in Opera 8.5
  26. Opera 8.5: High contrast stylesheet
  27. Opera 8.5: Images Off (Press Shift+I key)
  28. Opera 8.5: Images on (Press Shift+I key)
  29. Opera 8.5: User Styling Option to Linearize Tables
  30. Opera 8.5: Frequently Used Keyboard Commands
  31. Opera 8.5: Additional Keyboard Commands
  32. Firefox: Accessibility Extension
  33. Firefox:Keyboard Enhancements
  34. Firefox: List of Links
  35. Firefox: List of Headers
  36. Firefox: List of Navigation Bars
  37. Firefox: High Contrast Styling
  38. Firefox: Keyboard Customization

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