_______________, W3C founder, indicates that the power of the Web is in its universality.
Tim Berners-Lee, W3C founder, says that access by everyone, regardless of disability, is an essential aspect of the Web.
Web Accessibility Initiative
In 1997, the W3C launched the ______________ and made a commitment to lead the Web to its full potential.
The Web Accessibility Intiative includes promoting a high degree of usability for people with _____________.
screen readers; keyboard navigation; operating system accessibility features
DW supports three accessibility options: _______, __________, and _________.
____________ assist the blind and vision-impaired by reciting text that is displayed on the screen through a speaker or headphones.
DW supports two screen readers: ________ and _______.
In DW, you activate the Accessibility dialog boxes through the __________ dialog box.
Selecting the _________ check box in the Accessibility category of the Preferences dialog box activates the Image Tag Accessibility Attributes dialog box.
Alternate text; Long description
The Image Tag Accessibility Attributes dialog box contains two text boxes: ____________ and _________.
You should limit your Alternate text entry to about _______ characters.
For longer descriptions, provide a __________ in the Long description text box to a file that gives more informationa bout the image.
It __________ (is/is not) required that you enter data into both the Alternate text box and the Long description box.
_________ navigation is a core aspect of accessibility.
___________ is of particular importance to users who have repetitive strain injuries (RSIs) or other disabilities, and those users who would prefer to use the keyboard instead of a mouse.
panels; inspectors; dialog boxes; frames; tables
You can use the keyboard to navigate the following elements in DW: _________, _____________, _________, __________, and ________.
Press __________ to move from panel to panel.
Press __________ to display the Property Inspector.
Press ___________ to select a check box.
Press _________ key to move within a panel.
Use the _________ keys to scroll the panel.
_________ changes the desktop color schemes for individuals who have vision impairment.
You activate the High Contrast option through the ________ control panel.
To prepare a Web site and make it available for others to view requires that you publish your site by uploading it to a ________ for public access.
A ___________ is an Internet- or intranet-connected computer that delivers the Web pages to online visitors.
After you establish access to a Web server, you need a __________ folder.
The remote folder will reside on the _______ and contain your Web site files.
You _________ your local site to the remote folder on the Web server.
The remote site connection information must be ________ in DW through the Site Setup dialog box.
Display the _________ dialog box, select the Servers category, and then enter the remote site information.
_____________ is the process of transferring your files from your computer to the remote server.
_____________ is the process of transferring files from the remote server to your computer.
DW uses the term _________ for uploading and _______ for downloading.
When you are connected to the remote site, you ___ (can/cannot) apply many of the same commands to a folder or file on the remote site as you do to a folder or file on the local site.
The commands to create & delete folders and to cut, copy, delete, duplicate, paste, and rename files are available through the ___________ menu.
To mirror the local site on the remote site, DW provides a ____________ feature.
Synchronizing is the process of transferring files between the _________ and ____________ sites so both sites have an identical set of the most recent files.
To access the Synchronize command, you first connect to the remote server and then select _________ on the Site menu.
When synchronizing, you can specify __________ by choosing one of the following options: upload the newer files from the local site to the remote site (put), download newer files from the remote site to the local site (get), or upload and download files to and from the remote and local sites.