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Accessibility

Because Internet is a universal knowledge source I've decided to make Interno Tredici accessible to everyone. This site satisfy WAI's AAA requirements and can be navigated using keyboard and alternative browsers (vocal and textual);

If you have found some sections of part of the site that can be improved in accessibility terms don't exitate to contact me.

Access keys

Most web browsers supports the use of keyboard combination to skip between site sections. On Windows system can be pressend ALT button and the chosen access key, while on Macintosh machines is necessary press CTRL button and the choosen key. Here is deployed the list of all access keys available on this site:

  • Access key P
    Skip to content
  • Access key B
    Skip to sidebar
  • Access key H
    Go to home page
  • Access key A
    Browse articles by topic
  • Access key S
    Search articles
  • Access key I
    About me and Interno Tredici
  • Access key C
    Contact me
  • Access key F
    Subscribe to Interno Tredici's feed

Links and images

All links in this site have set up the title attribute that supplies a description where you can go pressing on it. Images have set up the longdesc attribute and a "D" link that supplies a textual description of its content.

Abbreviation and Acronyms

Due to technical nature of treated topics, this site uses abbreviations and acronyms. Most of these elements have set up the right XHTML tag that allow to supply a short explanation of their meaning. Here there is a list with the most used abbreviations and acronyms in Interno Tredici:

  • ASP: Active Server Pages
  • CMS: Content Management System
  • CSS: Cascading Style Sheets
  • CSS3: Cascading Style Sheets Level 3
  • DOM: Document Object Model
  • HCI: Human Computer Interaction
  • HTML: Hyper Text Markup Language
  • IE: Internet Explorer
  • MIME: Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions
  • PHP: PHP Hypertext Preprocessor
  • PNG: Portable Network Graphics
  • SQL: Structured Query Language
  • URL: Unified Resource Locator
  • UX: User Experience
  • W3C: World Wide Web Consortium
  • WaSP: Web Standards Project
  • WYSIWYG: What You See Is What You Get
  • XHTML: Extensible Hyper Text Markup Language
  • XML: Extensible Markup Language