On the Web, accessibility means that any person, including someone with disabilities, can obtain the information they need from the pages in your site. Anything that prevents a person from obtaining needed information makes that content inaccessible.
The Accessibility Network empowers the UC community to create accessible, inclusive university web sites and eLearning environments for learners with all ranges of abilities. The site contains helpful information about best practices, tutorials, educational opportunities, and UC’s EIT Accessibility Policy.
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Inline frames (iFrames) allow the inclusion of web documents, such as an embedded video, within a web page. Screen readers may indicate that iframes are present.
Good practice for iframe accessibility:
Modified from "Principles of Accessible Design." Introduction to Web Accessibility (webAIM) and Accessibility, the Final Frontier: These are our voyages into best practices...
Captions can be requested from a video page in the Captions can be requested from a video page in the Libraries Media Space. Click the “Actions” button and select “+Order Captions”.
Screen reader emulators