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Dec 6, 2008, 12:11 #1
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Advice for blind user to maintain website
Yesterday I spoke with a potential client about website maintenance and redesign. The potential client is blind, and uses the JAWS screen reader for accessing web content. Usually I set up clients with a content management system for managing their site, but I know the CMS I use has a lot of AJAX, which would cause issues for this client.
Has anyone worked with a user who is blind that wants to manage their website? If yes, what solutions did you find that worked?
2. Is Dreamweaver, Contribute, or both an option for my client? The client asked whether Dreamweaver could be used; I honestly don't know. My search on Google didn't provide any clues, at least not yet.
3. Is there a CMS or other tool/application that can be used by blind users for managing a website?