The Mozilla/Firefox Accessibility Extension makes it easier for people with disabilities to view and navigate web content. A toolbar provides easy access to navigation, styling, and keyboard enhancement functionality. Developers can use the extension to check their structural markup from the browser window to verify that it matches the page content. The Accessibility Extension helps authors to meet these kinds of accessibility practices that are so important for the browsing experience of all users and vital to those with special needs.
December 12th, 2006: Version 1.00.1 is available for download and installation.
New Features in Version 1.00.1
- Send dynamically generated web pages to Functional Accessibility Evaluator for accessibility evaluations and reporting
- Menu reorganization to match organization of CITES/DRES Web Accessibility Best Practices
- Links to accessibility checkers in the "Tools" options
- Improved keyboard navigation features