The RNIB Web Access Center

The Royal National Institute of the Blind's Web Access Centre is a source of information for web designers, developers, content authors and website managers. Here you will find advice on how to plan, build and test accessible websites. For additional guidance, read articles on new or contentious topics and case studies from other organisations about how they have resolved accessibility issues.

The Web Access Center blog is a more informal way of bringing people up-to-date with the latest news about web accessibility.

Click this link to visit the RNIB's Web Access Center website Click this link to visit the RNIB's Web Access Center Blog: http://www.rnib.org.uk/wacblog

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