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Ava,

Your first email did not reach me. Thanks for sending the second one. It is never annoying to receive email from someone sincerely trying to help. It took a while to find the link to zakat. It does not come from my website but is twice removed.

 

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In the page from my website “Hadith.htm”, the table Shia and Sunni textual traditions[edit] Islam, under the heading “Practices” The Five Pillars of Islam at Wiki is linked. Within the Wiki article “The Five Pillars of Islam” Zakat in Wiki is linked.

 

The best I can see to do is include the more accessible reference under “Practices” on my page.

 

This has been revise as shown below. If you can think of a better way please let me know.

 

I don’t know if you have read any of the other sections of the site but I am glad you found a part of it interesting enough to explore. My study of the Koran and Islam led to an awakening to the cause of many present day problems on the world and where the root cause originates. I would invite your opinion on any of the site. It is our working together that makes our world grow.

 

 

 

Shia and Sunni textual traditions[edit]

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For accessible definition of zakat see http://www.financereference.com/learn/zakat

 

 


Sent: Friday, October 27, 2017 9:26 AM
To: ltmc@newbookinc.com
Subject: Accessibility issue with http://www.newbookinc.com/Hadith.htm

 

Hi :-),

Sorry for the second email, I wasn't sure if the first reached you. I know it can be annoying to get emails out of the blue, so I really appreciate your help! I wanted to email you because I saw that you linked to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zakat on your website (http://www.newbookinc.com/Hadith.htm).

Even though Wikipedia is a fantastic source of information, it is very inaccessible for people with sight-impairments like vision loss. On average, each Wikipedia page has over 200 accessibility errors! There is another site (http://www.financereference.com/learn/zakat) which takes open-source Wikipedia articles and makes them web-accessible. They follow WCAG 2.0 and Section 508 standards so it works well with accessibility tools like screen readers. I was hoping you might be willing to include a link to the accessible version (http://www.financereference.com/learn/zakat) on your page next to the Wikipedia link so that visitors to your site can get access to the accessible version.

Thanks again and I hope you have a beautiful day!

~Ava

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