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A large monitor, for instance, will display text proportionally to the dimensions of the monitor; software programs, however, allow the user to enlarge the print if needed. When designing a computer workstation for persons who are visually impaired, it may be helpful to use large-print keytops for the keyboard. Large-print keytops are a necessity for persons with visual impairments who never learned to type to learn how the keys of a standard QWERTY keyboard are laid out. Large-print keytops make it easier for everyone to "sneak a peek" at the keyboard, which increases the speed of inputting information.
Clear Links Most users of the World Wide Web will admit that links to external sites are the most intriguing and enjoyable part of the surfing experience, for you don't know exactly where you will end up. So care should be taken to ensure that all the links you add can be easily found. If possible, try to avoid using the term "Click here," for it may not be obvious to everyone where "here" is. The required action should be evident, as Internet users already know that you need to ''click" to travel onward.
It will be one that all persons with or without disabilities will be able to use. Even if you do not qualify for Bobby's four-star rating, you and your Website patrons will know you made the attempt and at the very least will probably be able to read more of what you were offering than if you made no attempt at all. Notes 1. World Wide Web Consortium, "World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Launches International Web Accessibility Initiative, W3C Leads Program to Make the Web Accessible for People with Disabilities," press release, May 6, 1997, p.