Some of you might scoff at the notion that it is easy or even possible, so I thought I would write a quick followup with some links to further information.
The W3C has a whole section about their guidelines. Here you can find guidelines, techniques, and the Section 508 rules.
You can also Dive Into Accessability. Here you’ll find tips arranged by specific disability.
Digital Web Magazine has a good page about separating content from behavior. More good examples here. Many web developers have adopted the practice of separating content from presentation using CSS. You can also define a behavior layer using external .js includes.
Ben Nolan has a Behavior script you can download. In addition to some helpful examples, you can download and use his framework to get started quickly.Written by Jason
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