As more people begin to actively access the Web, more people who were previously unable to easily go online are coming in droves. Many of these people have minor and major impediments to fully experiencing a full complement of web sites. Disabilities from normal aging of vision, to motor disabilities, to moderate vision loss, commonly inhibit users from fully experiencing the web. While severe disabilities, especially blindness, have already been addressed, usually with special-purpose software or devices, those left in the middle with mild to moderate disabilities can feel left out. The Web Accessibility Initiativ
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