Accessibility

Mario is committed to making websites accessible to all users. He takes into consideration all of the common, as well as most of the uncommon, best practices for making a website accessible. Again, Mario makes every effort to develop pages that are accessible to users who may be:

As with the original intention of the web, screen readers and other assistive technologies largely ignore visual styling and focus primarily on semantics and structure. Screen readers are audio interfaces. Rather than displaying web content visually for users in a "window" or screen on the monitor, screen readers convert text into synthesized speech so that users can listen to the content.

Web Accessibility for Designers infographic with link to text version at WebAIM.org

Note: Software programs can access any content and read electronic text out loud so that a blind person can use a computer.

Important: In today's current market place accessibility also refers to device independence, which means that sites and applications can dynamically resize and adapt to different browser and device viewports.

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