BSI issues Web-design guidelines

Builder: 81 percent of Web sites aren't accessible to the disabled: will new standards help?

The British Standards Institution (BSI) has issued new guidelines for Web designers in a bid to make Web sites easier for disabled people to use.

The move follows an investigation by the Disability Rights Commission (DRC), which found that 81 percent of UK websites are inaccessible to disabled people.

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