ayiakiriaki - 11:27 am on Jul 2, 2009 (gmt 0)
Three years ago, as a complete novice,I inherited a website using Frontpage. Then I upgraded to Office 2007 and lost FP. After trying several freebies I settled on Publisher, which I find VERY easy to use. I have a blind son, and am going blind myself, so was very careful to insert alt text for all the pictures - and Publisher has a Design Checker which reminds you to do so. It also inserts alt text for the WordArt I used for headings. So I was really annoyed to find that the alt text was not visible to Jaws - the market leader in screen readers. If I find another web-building program, how will I know if it does deliver real accessibility? And how will I find one that is as easy to use (I don't know html, ccs, php or any other initials in the web library) as Publisher?