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Kynn Bartlett

Kynn Bartlett




Kynn Bartlett is an instructor, consultant, and author from Southern California. He designed his first web site in 1994, and founded Idyll Mountain Internet in 1995 with his wife Liz. Kynn's personal mission is to increase the accessibility and usability of the World Wide Web for all users, including people with disabilities. 

As an active board member of the HTML Writers Guild, he oversaw the growth of the organization to over 100,000 members and founded the Guild's Accessible Web Authoring Resources and Education Center. 

Kynn teaches online courses through the HWG/IWA eClasses program, contributes articles to the International Center for Disability Resources on the Internet and has worked on revolutionary web accessibility software at Edapta and Reef. His fields of expertise include HTML/XHTML, XML, XSLT, CC/PP and CSS, and he is an active participant in the World Wide Web Consortium's Web Accessibility Initiative working groups.

Kynn Bartlett's New Book
A terrific book on Cascading Style Sheets by one of the leading experts in the field....

Accessible Technology in Today's Business

Constructing Accessible Web Sites
This is the most complete book ever published on the subject!... Plus some others books that will help you build exciting accessible sites!


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Chapter 21 of Kynn' s Book Teach Yourself CSS in 24 Hours




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Nine Questions with Kynn Bartlett

An Interview with Mike Martin of Science News Week.

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Analysis of WCAG and Section 508 by Disability Type

An outstanding essay on accessibility of web pages and disability type..

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How to Complain to a Webmaster

Some good advice on making complaints to a webmaster on accessibility issues....


What is CC/PP?

CC/PP stands for Composite Capabilities/Preferences Profiles, and is a way to specify what exactly a user agent (web browser) is capable of doing. This allows for sophisticated content negotiation techniques between web servers and clients, to produce optimized XML-based markup for display and use on a wide variety of web user agents.

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Related Works

Common Myths About Web Accessibility

Selfish Reasons for Accessible Web Authoring

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