Web Accessibility

(d) Documents shall be organized so they are readable without requiring an associated style sheet.

WSU Information
  1. Use style sheets to control layout and presentation, but test the pages with various browsers to ensure satisfactory presentation with those that don't support style sheets.
    • In Netscape:
        Edit | Preferences | Advanced
        Uncheck "Enable style sheets." Click "OK"
    • In IE:
        Tools | Internet Options | General
        Click on "Accessibility" (bottom of page)
        Check "Ignore font styles specified on Web pages."
        Click "OK" and "OK" again.
  2. Following are some helpful references for using style sheets:

    WSU Style Sheet
    http://www.wright.edu/web/style/cssdefinitions.html
  3. Using Style Sheets to Create Margins
    http://www.wright.edu/web/style/cssmargins.html

    Reference Web Site for CSS Master Compatibility Chart 
    http://www.webreview.com/style/css1/charts/mastergrid.shtml

 

 

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