Apache Accessibility Module

Nick Kew of “webthing” has released a beta of a new accessibility tool for server administrators. The mod_accessibility module is designed to offer a range of accessibilty features to the Apache 2.0 web server.

Although it will never provide a subsitute for thorough user checks and validation, the add-on has some nifty tricks up its sleeve. Most notable are the abilities to generate on-the-fly link summaries of web content and text-only versions. On the downside, implementation requires both access to, and knowledge of the Apache web server configuration. Still, if you are able to, it is worth a try.

Filed under: Accessibility
Posted by Accessify on Monday, March 3, 2003

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