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August 2007

Web 2.0 is all about connecting people. Social websites where people can share ideas, collaborate or just chat. Everybody can access these sites. Or can they?

Most Web 2.0 sites uses AJAX to provide a more interactive and responsive experience to the user. The problem is that a large proportion of these sites do not take into consideration the needs of people with disabilities or people on slow access links for example using PDAs over GRPS or even WAP links.

Below are some ideas on how to enhance your Web 2.0 site to be accessible to everybody, including those among us who may have visual, hearing, mobility or cognitive impairments.