Accessibility Features of Popular Web Browsers


This page was created for the use of higher education teachers looking for information on the accessibility features of the three popular web browsers: Firefox, Chrome, and Safari. It can also be used by anyone curious about this information.

[Accessibility Features of Firefox] [Accessibility Features of Safari] [Accessibility Features of Chrome]

What are Accessibility Features?

Accessibility features are components of your web browser that make accessibility to the web easier for people with disabilities. With the growing popularity of the internet there as been a lot of discussion about the laws and policies that will govern its use, including ease of accessibility for people with disabilities. The World Wide Web Consortium has compiled Policies Relating to Web Accessibility from multiple countries around the world. Here we will outline and provide resources about the accessibility features of three popular web browsers: Firefox, Safari, and Chrome.

Accessibility Features of Firefox

If you use Firefox, follow these links for information on the accessibility features offered.

Accessibility Features of Safari

If you use Safari, follow these links for information on the accessibility features offered.

Accessibility Features of Chrome

If you use Chrome, follow these links for information on the accessibility features offered.
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