i love accessibility and it bugs the hell outta me when a site i design goes without due to constraints or maybe I just didnt realize them at the time.
However, I must admit, I was weary of another article (maybe it was the long winded response and debate over the last one…), I mean I figured there will be those chosen few who pave the way, who understand and everyone else will play catch up in a few more years.
**DELETED RANT about pre-html 4 nestled tables and misused js**
BUT - I read it and it is nice, Simple, clear, to the point. A great thing to print off, maybe a checklist? AND yes, accessibility nuts, there needs to be an easier (cheaper) way to test aural browsers and the like, the way Amaya should be perhaps, an open source suite of standard and accessibility checking software which emulates text, voice, non-js, slow connection, resolutions etc…I mean, charging for a browser? How accessible is that?