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Internet Retailer reports that Safeway "has updated its web site so that visually impaired shoppers can use it. While the look of the site remains unchanged, it now meets the World Wide Web Consortium’s accessibility guidelines, Safeway says. Those guidelines include a minimum level of contrast for images and text and making sure the site’s functionality works fully with a keyboard, as some blind shoppers use keys, such as up and down arrows, rather than a computer mouse to navigate online."
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