These comments are in regards to the SitePoint.com article 'Do-It-Yourself Accessibility'.

I think it is high time that the major players in web software development like Macromedia and Adobe should implement proper accesibility testing facilities in their programs. Since everyone agrees that accesibility is a major issue, the software should be adapted. LIFT is a nice idea, but it is far too expensive for what is and does. This should be standard in a wysiwyg editor. Only then we can make sure that all future websites are accessible to everyone. Then Jacob Nielsen can stop complaining about web designers