If you use forms, provide clear directions on how to use them.
Each form element must have a text label associated through HTML code.
"When we talk about the accessibility of forms,
we are usually referring about their accessibility to screen readers and
the visually impaired. People with other types of disabilities generally
are less affected by "faulty" forms that are missing some of
the HTML accessibility features. It should be noted, however, that everyone
benefits from a well-organized form, especially those with cognitive disabilities."
Creating forms that are accessible is a relatively complex
topic. If you are interested in learning more, visit WebAIM's
Creating Accessible Forms Tutorial.
For those of you who use Adobe Dreamweaver to
build web pages, there are tools within the program to help you make forms
accessible as you build them: