29 of 34 people found the following review helpful
I was waiting for the release of this book for some time as it seemed so promising. Accessibility is a rapidly developing field of study for web developers, newer options and demands are emerging all the time as more and more is known and learnt about how disabled users use the web.
With this in mid its unfortunate that this book could not take advantage of advances made in the last year. I was hoping that the most recent book would be the most up to date and cover topics like Flash MX. (Especially given the delyed release date)
The technical coverage of HTML is probably the best I've read, with good, clear examples of accessible XHTML code. However to simply ignore the issues… Read more