Facts and Opinions About PDF Accessibility (22 Aug 2005)
PDF files on the web are sometimes annoying and very often unnecessary. But when they aren’t either of those things, we need to make them accessible for the same reasons we make other web content accessible.
Contrary to popular opinion – and also contrary to quasi-judicial claims in some places – PDF documents can be no less accessible than HTML. While this may be a shocking revelation, it is nonetheless true. This article will explain how PDF does and does not support accessibility.
Article URL: http://www.alistapart.com/articles/pdf_accessibility
Read 150 more articles from A List Apart sorted by
Next Article: Getting IA Done, Part II