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Important notice about the «ADG» project

Important notice: Due to large demand, the «Accessibility Developer Guide» project (currently a proof of concept with low priority) will become a top priority priority in 2017. We will make this guide become what it deserves to be for so long already: a comprehensive resource for all folks interested in accessibility. For this we need your support!

Browsing a website with NVDA

Look at the following tutorials to gain a first idea on how to control a screenreader. You'll learn how to read different types of content on websites.

Each tutorial is very small and narrowed to the specific topic. This is to make the experience as easy and enjoyable as possible.

After you have some experience with controlling a screenreader, you will be ready to check out bigger websites (which often times are not optimised for screenreaders and therefore are difficult to use).

Make your way through all the links below. Make sure that you have fired up NVDA when opening them (start NVDA using Ctrl + Option + N), and you may want to have the Speech Viewer window open, too (in the NVDA menu, choose (T)ools(S)peech viewer).

Want to learn more? You can! Let's take a look at some images...