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  1. * Introduction

Module9: Making HTML Files Accessible

Estimated Time to Complete: 3 hours

Module 9 contains eleven topics and four labs. All topics are not required to be completed; you may start and stop at any point.


Upon completion of Module 9, you will be able to:


HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language. Most webpages are generally written in HTML, as recognized by the .htm or .html extension code that follows the filename. Module 9 covers how to make the most common elements in HTML documents accessible for individuals with disabilities. Specifically this module will discuss:

As you progress through this module, be aware that many of the techniques used to make HTML documents accessible are structural and do not affect the appearance of the page. More importantly, most of these techniques have a profound impact on the navigability and readability of webpages to the benefit of all users.

Prerequisite Knowledge

To gain the most from Module 9, you should have familiarity with:

The next page presents version information for software and the various files that are used in Module 9.

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