All Web pages are created in a standard format called hypertext markup language, or HTML for short. When you create or save a document as a web page, it is given a filename ending with .htm or .html, indicating that it is an HTML file. An HTML document actually contains nothing but plain text—images, sounds and other non-text elements are stored in separate files. You can look at the HTML code of any web page in your web browser : In Netscape Navigator, choose the View > Page Source command. In Internet Explorer, choose View > Source.

The ATRC(Adaptive Technology Resource Centre) played an active consultation role in the design of an accessible HTML authoring tool. Recently, SoftQuad announced the release of version 4.0 of their HoTMetaL HTML authoring package. For the first time in a commercial HTML authoring tool, this package includes features to encourage and aid Web authors in the production of accessible HTML documents. The ATRC played an active consultation role in the design of these features. Features :

o Emphasis on Accessibility Requirements
o Descriptive Text Editing Facility
o Accessible HTML Checker
o User Controlled Automatic Accessibility Promoting
o Comprehensive Help Support
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