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Ecorp Trainings, one of the best institute providing quality level of training in E-learning & Corporate Services.

 

We offer instructor led online training. Classroom trainings are conducted in Hyderabad , India.

 

We provide training for almost all IT technologies,i.e : Documentum, SAP , ORACLE , JAVA , DOTNET , STORAGE products ,

 

HYPERION etc.

 

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Course Contents 

Website Accessibility Overview

Why bother with website accessibility?

What sort of website accessibility, and for whom?

Different groups of disabled people

Deaf

Hard-of-hearing

Hearing-impaired

Blind

Visually-impaired

Low-vision

Mobility-impaired

Learning-disabled

etc

Different accessibility problems

Shared and common accessibility problems

Web accessibility and non-web accessibility

Website accessibility standards

Website accessibility tools and technologies

Browser and platform compatibility

 

Assistive technologies

Screen readers and aural interfaces

Braille displays

Switch-click input devices

TDD/TTYs

Modified keyboards, mice and similar input devices

Magnifiers

OCR

Speech recognition

Touch screens

Head/eye control

Word prediction and correction

 

Web Accessibility and UK Law

Legal requirements

Disability Discrimination Act (DDA)

Disability Rights Commission (DRC)

DRC Powers and DDA enforcement

DDA Code of Practice and the WAI

RNIB

Remedies outside the courts

Case studies

 

W3C Web Accessibility Initiative

The WAI project

The WAIs Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)

3 Levels of WCAG compliance: A, AA, AAA

Key requirements of the WCAG

Relationship between the WCAG and UK Government guidelines

WCAG and compliance testing

Automated tests: Cynthia, Bobby, Web Exact, etc.

Manual checks and checklists

 

HTML Markup and Web Accessibility

Understanding markup

Page structure, presentation and semantics

Choosing the right element

HTML versus XHTML

Strict versus Transitional versus Frameset DOCTYPEs

Deprecated elements

DOCTYPES and browser quirks modes

Developer and designer tools

Author tools and content management systems (CMS)

 

CSS Styling and Web Accessibility

Separating content from presentation

The cascade, inheritance, specifity

Fonts, colours and other text properties

Table-less page layout

Using lists for navigation

Columns and other layout techniques

Specifying media

Accessibility-specific media

Aural stylesheets

Print stylesheets

Using :before and :after pseudo-classes

 

Accessible Images and Imaging

The most visible web accessibility problem (pun intended)

Simple versus complex image problems

Well-intentioned but counter productive accessibility methods

The infamous alt="spacer.gif"

Providing alternative text descriptions: alt, title andlongdesc attributes

Mixing alt and title safely

Problems with using longdesceffectively

Problems with D-links

"object" versus "embed"

The "iframe" option

Arrows and bullets

Ascii art

Background images and borders

Charts and Graphs: a really hard nut to crack

Maps

Outlines and hierchies

Ratings

Photo galleries

SVG

 

Accessible Links and Navigation

Usability and accessibility

Key terms: tabs, navbar, etc.

Understanding focus and cursors

Consistent and unambiguous navigation structures

How and why to skip navigation

Skipping 2-part navigation structures

Navigation skipping and search

Other page landmarks

Page extremities

Identifying link destinations (withtitle)

Linking to page fragments with and without conventional anchors

Using name= and id= attributes

Visible vs invisible anchors

Problems with link destination markup

Separating consecutive text links

Specifying keyboard shortcuts for links

accesskey

(Browser) problems with accesskey

accesskey tips and tricks

Using the tab key for navigation

tabindex

Problems with the tabindex concept

(Browser) problems with thetabindex

tabindex and forms, including search

tabindex and content management systems (CMS)

tabindex tips and tricks

Accessible imagemap navigation

DHTML/JavaScript navigation: just say no

Site Maps

 

Text and Colour

The problem with text-only parallel sites

Headers and tabbing

Heading order and level

Phrasal markup (em, strong, cite, etc.)

Accessibility-related phrasal markup (abbr, acronym, etc.)

Quotes, blockquotes and quotation marks (using the cite and langattributes)

Specifying language and encoding

Type size, scalability, magnification and halation.

Text quantity/complexity and the learning disabled

Text colour and colour deficiencies (protanopia, deuteranopia, tritanopia, etc).

Colour adjacency/overlap and colour combinations

Estimated and system colours for links

Text as images

 

HTML Tables

Data tables versus layout tables

Nesting and other things to avoid in table design

Metadata in tables

Using headers, footers and titles for data tables.

Table structure

col

colgroup

scope=""

id=""

Finding relevant data in cells

Random access to table cells

 

Forms

Problems with forms and assistive technology

Keyboard control

Moving to and within forms

Form completion by selection

Grouping form elements

fieldset

option and optgroup

Associating labels with form elements

Using title attributes

Graphical buttons

Pre-filled form fields

Re-thinking form layout with serialisation in mind

Predictive tyoing and error checking

Dynamic (conditional) forms provide parallel HTML-based advance

Contacts: phone numbers, text phones (TTYs) and relay services for the hearing impaired.

Mail/print services and braille

 

Multimedia & scripting

Audio versus video

(Browser) problems with the multimedia object element

Alternative data streams and captioning in multimedia formats (quicktime, Real, Windows media, Flash, MPEG, etc)

Multiple alternate feeds

Support for the Synchronised Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL)

Microsofts non-standard Synchronised Access Media Interchange (SAMI)

Problems with multimedia player interfaces

Captioning options (DIY Anime versus professional agency captioning)

Captioning and transcription styles

Captioning tools: MAGpie, CCaption, etc.

Transcription versus text description

Text description versus audio narration

Accessible Flash

Issues with Javascript and other browser scripting languages.

Providing keyboard-based alternatives to mouse events

 

Certification and Testing

Choosing your Level of WCAG compliance: A, AA, AAA

Deciding, publishing and auditing policy

Retrofitting accessibility while updating old pages

Retritting priorities: popular pages, essential pages, highly innaccessible pages, etc

Priorities for new pages: WCAG Level 1 (A)

Small exceptions to full compliance

Testing with Cynthia

The problem with Bobby

Testing with screen readers

Testing with human subjects: disabled and non-disabled

Emacspeak

 

Coming and Future Options

Serial versus random access

Rich audio interfaces (not screen readers)

Random access using metadata and standardised grammar for sections

The database/CMS problem and open source software

Repair tools ... A-Prompt on steroids?

Training in subjective assessment

Ecorp Trainings, one of the best institute providing quality level of training in E-learning & Corporate Services.

We offer instructor led online training. Classroom trainings are conducted in Hyderabad , India.


We provide training for almost all IT technologies,i.e : Documentum, SAP , ORACLE , JAVA , DOTNET , STORAGE products , 


HYPERION etc.

for more details please visit- www.ecorptrainings.com


With Best Regards,

ECORP TRAININGS. 

Training Coordinator.


UK :+44-203-468-0685

USA : +1-703-445-4802 

INDIA: +91-8143111555 ; +91-40-64643304 / 06


URL : www.ecorptrainings.com 

Email : training@ecorptrainings.com




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Ecorp Trainings, one of the best institute providing quality level of training in E-learning & Corporate Services.
We offer instructor led online training. Classroom trainings are conducted in Hyderabad , India.

We provide training for almost all IT technologies,i.e : Documentum, SAP , ORACLE , JAVA , DOTNET , STORAGE products ,

HYPERION etc.
for more details please visit- www.ecorptrainings.com

With Best Regards,
ECORP TRAININGS.
Training Coordinator.

UK :+44-203-468-0685
USA : +1-703-445-4802
INDIA: +91-8143111555 ; +91-40-64643304 / 06

URL : www.ecorptrainings.com
Email : training@ecorptrainings.com


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November 20, 2013 — 9:00 am to
December 20, 2018 — 6:00 pm

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