Thursday, July 20, 2006

Google launches search function for users with visual impairments

Fron the CEC Smart Brief:

Google's new Accessible Search, now in beta version, favors those search results that can be read easily by screen reading machines or whose contents are more easily understood when images are turned off. The search function gives lower priority to pages that are visually complex or whose content or navigation is contained primarily in visuals. NewsFactor Network (7/20)

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