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    joe clark's "Building Accessible Websites" available for free online

    to quote myself from http://www.accessify.com/archives/20...05330110653508
    Whether or not you like the author's "witty" writing style, it cannot be denied that Joe Clark's <cite>Building Accessible Websites</cite> is certainly to be regarded required reading for anybody involved in the field of web accessibility.
    After hitting stores in October 2002, the entire contents of the book is now available online, broken into chapters, at the author's site. Happy reading...

    http://joeclark.org/book/sashay/serialization/
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    I agree with Redux!

    I bought this book on the 18th of June this year!
    I must admit that this must be the best book I found.

    At least comparing to the ones I already have: Web Accessibility for People with Disabilities and Maximum Accessibility.

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    OH! thank you muchly redux. I'm heading over right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by From the book
    If it were technically possible to create a Web site that excluded Jews, women, Albertans, or men over 60, would you do it? Even if that were the unintended effect, once alerted to it, would you leave it in place?
    Wow, that's probably the most compelling argument I've ever heard for accessible design.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_C
    Wow, that's probably the most compelling argument I've ever heard for accessible design.
    heh...and i bet they're still people who will then argue that Jews etc wouldn't buy their products, so they don't need to cater for them...
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