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For the past month, almost all of my free time has gone to writing presentation material for the advanced training session of AIR-Austin.

So writes James Craig of Cookiecrook about his Accessibility Internet Rally 2003 Advanced Training Material. And what can I say, other than it was time very well spent. This is as good a resource as you’ll find about accessibility anywhere on the web, and written in a very, dare I say it, accessible style. The notes cover such topics as forms, tables, semantics, CSS basics and accessible CSS.

Need an example of the flexibility that CSS offers for alternative styles? Well, these notes are available in presentation mode, web page mode or as plain text – all by swapping the style sheet. Bookmark this one today!

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