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      WILI - Web Interface for people with Lowvision Issues

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          Though World Wide Web is the single largest source of information, it is ill-equipped to serve the people with vision related problems. With the prolific increase in the interest to make the web accessible to all sections of the society, solving this accessibility problem becomes mandatory. This paper presents a technique for making web pages accessible for people with low vision issues. A model for making web pages accessible, WILI (Web Interface for people with Low-vision Issues) has been proposed. The approach followed in this work is to automatically replace the existing display style of a web page with a new skin following the guidelines given by Clear Print Booklet provided by Royal National Institute of Blind. "Single Click Solution" is one of the primary advantages provided by WILI. A prototype using the WILI model is implemented and various experiments are conducted. The results of experiments conducted on WILI indicate 82% effective conversion rate.

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                24 April 2012
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                1204.5267

                http://arxiv.org/licenses/nonexclusive-distrib/1.0/

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                8 Pages; 6 Figures, International Journal on Computational Sciences & Applications (IJCSA) Vo2, No.2, April 2012, ISSN: 2200-0011
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