Access by Web Content Authors DANI ISWARA ibility
WEB ACCESSIBILITY For  users : <ul><li>machines,
humans. </li></ul>
MACHINE USER-AGENTS <ul><li>Search engines,
screen readers,
small screens,
touchscreen,
screen resolutions,
browsers, etc. </li></ul>
HUMAN USERS <ul><li>Difable people,
older people,
slow connection,
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Web content authors may help Web accessibility even they have no access to template & no ability to X/HTML markups.

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  1. 1. Access by Web Content Authors DANI ISWARA ibility
  2. 2. WEB ACCESSIBILITY For users : <ul><li>machines,
  3. 3. humans. </li></ul>
  4. 4. MACHINE USER-AGENTS <ul><li>Search engines,
  5. 5. screen readers,
  6. 6. small screens,
  7. 7. touchscreen,
  8. 8. screen resolutions,
  9. 9. browsers, etc. </li></ul>
  10. 10. HUMAN USERS <ul><li>Difable people,
  11. 11. older people,
  12. 12. slow connection,
  13. 13. disable features,
  14. 14. non-maximized windows, etc. </li></ul>
  15. 15. WEB CONTENT AUTHORS <ul><li>no access to template,
  16. 16. no ability to edit the code. </li></ul>Have:
  17. 17. Use: <ul><li>Text editors correctly.
  18. 18. Plain text markups properly. </li></ul>WHAT CAN THEY DO?
  19. 19. <ul><li>Headings,
  20. 20. emphasis,
  21. 21. lists,
  22. 22. links,
  23. 23. quotes,
  24. 24. multimedia, etc. </li></ul>USING TEXT EDITOR CORRECTLY
  25. 25. PLAIN TEXT MARKUPS PROPERLY <ul><li>Web standards,
  26. 26. semantics,
  27. 27. accessibility,
  28. 28. usability. </li></ul>Based on:
  29. 29. WEB CONTENT WRITING <ul><li>Clear post title.
  30. 30. Simple language.
  31. 31. Short sentences.
  32. 32. Active sentences.
  33. 33. Descriptive links.
  34. 34. Ethics. </li></ul>
  35. 35. BENEFITS <ul><li>Searchable,
  36. 36. accessible,
  37. 37. findable,
  38. 38. readable,
  39. 39. understandable. </li></ul>
  40. 40. EMPATHY Put yourself on their side. Or wait until your age tells you.
  41. 41. You are free to share (copy, distribute, transmit) and adapt this work under the similar license Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported ( CCA-NC-SA 3.0 Unported ) Dani Iswara [email_address] http://daniiswara.net/ Last updated: November 2009 LICENSE

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