Accessibility on the Web Part II

by Charlene Quincey on January 8, 2010

in Links, My Web, Olea LLP, Resources and Links

The main goal of any resource is to ensure accessibility for a range of content consumers, so if you feel that you have problems with the presentation of the material, contact advanced writers. Also, in an effort to make Olea LLP more accessible we recently added  Google Translator to our sidebar. There are many languages to choose from and we encourage users who speak a language other then English to try it out and report back to us! Also, during our research about website accessibility we came across an excellent resource by the BBC. The website “My Web My Way provides website users with a wealth of resources to make browsing the web easier. Specifically, the site explains the many ways users can change their own browser, computer, keyboard and mouse settings to make the web more accessible. The BBC website is an inspiration to us and we look forward to evolving the Olea website to provide our clients and visitors with a very positive and user friendly experience.


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