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Location: Gatineau, Canada

Member since: March 2011



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Jun 2000 - Present (14 years)

Red Line Services

Red Line Services is a professional web hosting and design company based in Gatineau, Canada's National Capital region. Providing services to our customers since 2000, our business is one you can depend on.


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Professional Certificate in Web Accessibility

University of South Australia

- Design and develop accessible websites, including the:<br /> -- Development of accessible cascading style sheets (CSS)<br /> -- Creation of accessible multimedia content using captions and transcriptions<br /> -- Development of accessible forms and CAPTCHAs<br /> -- Use of attributes to make images and tables accessible<br /> -- Enabling of web authoring tools<br />- Audit websites against international accessibility standards, the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0), recently adopted by the Australian Government<br />- Understand the principles of usability and accessible web development, and the different ways that people with disabilities access the web<br />- Understand accessibility legislation and standards compliance in Australia and internationally


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