http://www.knowbility.org I doubt that it is 100% accessible, but I went to a talk given by one of the developers who wrote a tag library for this web site. The tag library was intended to make it easy for the disabled people who actually do this web site to do it without having to know a lot about HTML. (Because it is a non-profit that uses its clients as volunteer workers.) Anyway, if this web site is considered accessible to people for whom accessibility is primary, then I think it is a pretty good representation of what you can get away with. D On Thursday, August 21, 2003, at 09:43 PM, thelist-request at lists.evolt.org wrote: > >> P.S. Is there any sites you can think of off hand that are 100% >> accesible, >> links would be greatly appreciated.