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By: Shazia Shamim

Fri, 15 Aug 2008 15:00:55 +0000

I have my own website design and development company. Did you look at W3C standards? they have defined a standard for each website. Although many websites are not using it but if we use them to design any website it will be really a great help.



By: lila

Sat, 09 Aug 2008 05:32:13 +0000

Hi, I was surfing trying to find a website that has different inventions for disabled since I've recently developed pps.(post polio syndrome)I am female trying to find things to help save muscle, while working in the yard, digging tools since I am loosing muscle in arms and legs. I want to try to stay in my home that I'd just purchased and was clearing the land when an injury caused the pps. I was hoping to find one website that would show me or list new things that could help me remain independant, since I had to quit my job, 911 operator, and too young for deceased husbands social sec. and too long since he died to my injury (over 7 years)and trying to find things that are within my means. Any suggestions? thanks for any help



By: Stephane Deschamps

Sat, 11 Nov 2006 17:57:59 +0000

Two examples come to my mind: - The TV remote was invented for motor disabilities, and now every TV has one. - In some cities, tramway platforms have been moved up so that they are level with tramway cars, so that wheelchairs could come on board more easily. They found out that prams could get on easier as well, people fell less than when you've got two-step stairs, and getting on and off the tram was faster. In the end it benefited security as well as more regular time tables.