Accessibility Web Design Guidelines Benchmark

Introduction:

Explication Master -1-Computer leader European and Switzerland, concerning the semantics of the Web according to standards W3C® here the synthesis on the presentation of the documents by using the most advanced technologies to date. Information presented below is based on our experiment of several years since the appearance of the first software of communications such as the BBS until our days.
Evaluate your site notching the 12 boxes with the mouse or the keyboard Alt+a to Alt+l by knowing that your site is validated by the test of W3C.

Guiding principles:
  1. Page: Page-setting is entirely independent compared to the contents.
    Do not use the beacons to compose page-setting. Ex: <table> <tr> <td>
  2. Support: Page-setting is not specific compared to the type of support.
    Screen, TV, Printer, Voice, etc
  3. Rubber band: page-setting is not fixed compared to width or the height of the support.
    Display 640x480, display 800x600, display 1024x768, etc
Design:
  1. Liens: The link directed towards the exterior are differentiated compared to the link from the same site and by mentioning the language from the visited page.
    here a link -1-Computer here another link -1-Computer
  2. E-Mail: An electronic address must be differentiated compared to the bonds from the document.
  3. Menus and keyboard: The menus as well as the keys of the keyboard must be differentiated compared to the standard writing.
    Use the menu to print... dof the navigator or, since your keyboard, support on CTRL+p.
Accessibility:
  1. Information: Each image and bond must contain information independent type of support.
  2. Extension: The contents of a document must be able to be consulted without the use of extensions or plugins.
    Java, Javascript, Macromedia Flash Player, Adobe Reader, etc.
  3. Reading: The reader must be able to modify and adapt the size of the text according to his choice.
    While press on CTRL++ (resp. CTRL+-) you increase (resp. decrease) the size of the text.
  4. Style: The reader must be able to choose between various styles of presentations.
    If you use a powerful navigator you can change the style of the page.
  5. Output: According to the type of support the presentation and the contents can be different.
    Screen, printer, Television set, screen telephone or Palm, projector, voice, etc
Note:
  1. Menus: The choice concerning the position of the menu located on the right of the window is the most adapted in order to respect the criteria mentioned above.