A Comparison of Common Web Accessibility Problems
Varia Informatica 2013, p. 21-36, PIPS PIPS Polish Information Processing Society, Lublin (Poland). ISBN: 978-83-936602-0-2.
(VARIA'13) Capítulo de libro / Book chapter
An accessible web site is one which can be used by all its intended visitors, taking into account their differing capabilities. Inaccessible web sites can pose significant barriers to people with disabilities. The challenge of developing web content accessible by everyone has motivated the evolvement of a number of techniques to address web accessibility issues. Unfortunately, web developers often lack sufficient knowledge about these guidelines and techniques to develop accessible web sites. This paper presents a survey of common web accessibility problems. Different studies and reports have been analyzed in order to summarize the most common web accessibility problems.