Web Accessibility Coordination (WAC)

  1. WAC Home
  2. State of UNCG Web Accessibility
    1. 2005—2006
  3. Accessibility Guidelines
    1. Text, Fonts, and Colors
    2. Graphics, Multimedia and Dynamic Content
    3. Image Maps
    4. Tables
    5. Frames
    6. Style Sheets
    7. Scripts, Applets, PDF Files, & Other Applications
    8. Interactivity
    9. Navigation
    10. Programming & Structure
    11. Text-Only Page
  4. Web Accessibility Tools
  5. Web Accessibility Audit
    1. Instructions
    2. Audit Instrument

Style Sheets


If you use style sheets, make sure the content makes sense without the style sheet.


  1. Use style sheets to control layout and presentation.
  2. Use relative rather than absolute units in markup language attribute values and style sheet property values.
  3. Style sheets are used to control the layout and appearance of web pages. Some browsers, including screen readers and text-only browsers, ignore style sheets when reading the content to users. If you use a style sheet, check your page with styles turned off to see if the page still makes sense.



Page updated: 06-Feb-2006

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Web Accessibility Coordinators (WAC)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Greensboro, NC 27402-6170