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These guidelines address barriers in Web pages which people with physical, visual, hearing, and cognitive/neurological disabilities may encounter.

Common accessibility problems on Web sites include: images without alternative text; lack of alternative text for imagemap hot-spots; misleading use of structural elements on pages; uncaptioned audio or undescribed video; lack of alternative information for users who cannot access frames or scripts; tables that are difficult to decipher when linearized; or sites with poor colour contrast.

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