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There are numerous sites which use links to accessibility information about the site that use the text "Accessibility" in the link text.
These are NOT uses of
rel="accessibility", but rather, documentation of real world websites that do exhibit the use case of a visible "Accessibility" hyperlink - thus providing evidence that such links exist and may be worth marking up with
- http://www.sra.org.uk/sra/ has an "Accessibility" link that links to http://www.sra.org.uk/sra/accessibility.page
- Poll on where to put an Accessibility link on a page (indirect evidence of the Accessibility link use case)
For current uses of
rel="accessibility" on web pages, see the "examples in the wild section".
rel="accessibility" proposed by Bruce Lawson in a blog post on his blog and also live in use on that blog post.
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examples in the wild
Real world examples of sites that are using rel="accessibility" to link to accessibility information about the current page.
- http://www.brucelawson.co.uk/2009/rel-accessibility/ - used only in invisible link in head
- http://www.westmidlandbirdclub.com/ - used on both invisible link in head and a visible hyperlink.
- http://bigcityplan.birmingham.gov.uk/ - used on both invisible link in head and a visible hyperlink.