A free tool to check your entire site to see if it meets accessibility requirements. The tool is capable of automatically crawling an entire website (up to 60 seconds or 500 URLs, whichever comes first.
After system updates of dominKnow | ONE it is recommended that you clear your browser cache. Only the files should be cleared. There is no need to clear cookies or browser history. When clearing the files we recommend the "all" or "all time" options to make sure nothing is missed.
Clearing only these files will, at worse, cause some sites you visit to be slightly slower the next time you visit, as the cached files are re-aquired. Think of it almost as a "reboot" of the browser.
eLearning Accessibility Resources: A helpful roundup
How do people who cannot move their arms use your website? What about people who cannot see well or at all? Or people who have difficulty hearing or understanding, or have other disabilities?
This resource introduces how people with disabilities, including people with age-related impairments, use the Web. It describes tools and approaches that people with different kinds of disabilities use to browse the Web and the barriers they encounter due to poor design. It helps developers, designers, ...
Accessible eLearning Example: Preventing Slips and Trips in the OmniAll Workplace
Several months ago, we blogged about why everyone should care about accessibility standards in eLearning. We made our case for tackling accessibility head-on, rather than making it an afterthought.
We wanted to follow up by exploring the ways we put this philosophy into practice with dominKnow | ONE. We've worked hard to include features in our authoring tools that empower users to do more than meet minimum legal standards.
Our goal is to help you optimize the eLearning experience of your...
eLearning Accessibility: Best Practices, Tips, And Tricks
What is web accessibility? Why make your learning platform accessible? How do you create accessible eLearning content? What can you do to put the most important accessibility principles into practice? Let’s answer all these questions one by one.
Designing For Accessibility And Inclusion — Smashing Magazine