The Web can be a difficult place to navigate for those with disabilities, but it can be done with a variety of web accessibility tools. However, many sites are not compatible for those tools, including mine (i had free online software check the site for compatibility and it fails on a number of different levels). This creates a problem, as I do not want to contribute to these issues and yet I am not up to speed on coding, i use a WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get) to help create my site. It does a good job, but not on compatibility it seems.
So... I am looking into it. I may add a page where all the info on the site is presented in Word or PowerPoint documents, as it is much easier (from my perspective) to make them compatible than it is my site. However, I will make every effort possible to adapt the site as necessary to make it more compatible.
For those who are not aware of these issues, please check out this link http://theness.com/roguesgallery/index.php/skepticism/skepticism-and-disability-by-chris-gonz-blinko-hofstader/
It is worth bearing in mind that the web is a powerful tool, but is blunted if certain sectors of society cannot access the content. I appreciate this being brought to my attention. I would be interested to hear from anyone with advice on this and how to adapt the site accordingly.
Skeptical kinkster musing on whatever takes my fancy!