Sites related to web browsers or browser add-ons that help disabled people access internet content.
Explains common web accessibility options on Windows, Mac and Linux machines.
An article by Patrick H. Lauke for the Web Standards Project, examining how well today's browsers adhere to the guidelines from the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative.
Fully-fledged GNU/Linux speech-enabled browser with support for Aural CSS.
Touchscreen system for people with disabilities and special needs.
An open source suite of extensions for Firefox that make Firefox into a talking browser for the visually impaired.
Firefox extension that allows you to change the appearance of web pages, including zoom and colour changes, and read back web pages.
An all-in-one software package featuring a self-voicing web browser from Software Express.
Self-voicing and Braille output based on the Mozilla browser.
Portset WebTalk browser and ISP, used with KeySpeak screen reader.
Online screenreader, free, available from any Internet-connected Windows machine.
Apple Mac text-only browser.
A recommendation from the W3C for how to designing user agents to lower barriers to Web accessibility for people with disabilities.
Web browser and other related utilities for blind and visually-impaired screen-reader users.
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