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accessibility

(1) Evaluation of the convenience of a property relative to the people who will be using it. May refer to ingress and egress for customers or lack of obstructions for persons with disabilities.(2) Important component in pricing surveying services.The more difficult the terrain and the less accessible the site;the more expensive the fee.

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Many accessibility consultants recommend that businesses that are working to make their website accessible use the WCAG 2.
One of the biggest problems with accessibility is that it tends to be a quiet problem," says Glenda Sims, the HighEdWeb conference chair and a senior accessibility consultant at Deque Systems, Inc.
For those interested in furthering John's legacy, Anna is seeking input to brainstorm and nurture the development of a project that will continue John's accessibility mission.
To renovate a Francophone women's centre in Ottawa, which will increase its accessibility, energy efficiency and comfort level for children, families and individuals needing its services.
To answer the first question, we first calculate job accessibility for car and public transit commuters in 1990 and 2000, and then measure and plot inequality of job accessibility between car and public transit users in 1990 and 2000.
The newest release of AccVerify SE tests for compliance with all programmatic and visual requirements under Section 508, as well as the international accessibility guidelines set forth in W3C WCAG 1.
Other areas of the law also pertain to accessibility, such as the broader Section 504 that gives disabled individuals equal access to "a college, university, or other post secondary institution, or public system of higher education," and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (www.
Exhibits and demonstrations supplemented the speaker program and helped provide attendees with an overview of available IT accessibility products and services.
The emphasis on accessibility was care fully thought through.
The CRHA is intended to consolidate all of the housing accessibility requirements contained in the International Building Code (IBC) into one document to serve as an easy-to-follow guide to complying with the federal accessibility requirements.
The British national anthem has been described as a series of curt demands on Jehovah, but it has nothing on the list of demands placed on Web developers by the "Web Content Accessibility Guidelines," published by the private but quasi-official W3 Consortium's Web Accessibility Initiative (which Brewer directs).
Seek advice if you are not sure of the accessibility of your camp site.