hi. The only way to really know how accessible something is, is to
just plane try it out for yourself.
If you have questions or problems, that's when ya ask questions, at least that's how i've seen it done since I started with e-mail lists.
A good working knowledge of your screenreader will go a long way to helping you navigate a site like Amazon.
Not all the links are labeled, but many are and I've purchased several things, in fact I've got a few things on pre-order as we speak.
its quite accessible if you are good at using the internet you will have no real problems. I've bought several items there.
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----- Original Message ----- From: "John Moore" <coasterfreak88@xxxxxxxxx> To: <blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2006 1:16 PM Subject: [bct] How accessible is Amazon?
-- John Moore I just got a $25 gift certificate to Amazon. I typically don't like dot-coms because I've heard that they are very unreliable. How accessible are the web pages at Amazon for screen readers? And, are the prices pretty good?