You are currently viewing a snapshot of taken on April 21, 2008. Most of this content is highly out of date (some pages haven't been updated since the project began in 1998) and exists for historical purposes only. If there are any pages on this archive site that you think should be added back to, please file a bug.

Access Mozilla

Maintained by Aaron Leventhal and the Mozilla Accessibility Community.

This page contains resources for Mozilla's ongoing web browser accessibility work.


  1. Software Accessibility Today: the accessibility of computer software has seen drastic improvements over the past two decades. This article reviews the progress and technology as it has developed.
  2. Mozilla accessibility slideshow: apologies for the graphical nature of the slideshow; there is also an accessible text version.

What's New?

Who are you?

  1. User, Tester or Potential User
  2. Evaluator or Procurement Officer
  3. Web Author: Updated on August 7th 2006, Accessible DHTML
  4. Assistive Technology Developer
  5. QA engineer
  6. UI designer or developer
  7. Core Gecko Developer
  8. External Developer dealing with Accessibility on a non-Mozilla project
  9. Someone interested specifically in Linux and UNIX Accessibility

Join the Community

Live Chat

Both end users and developers are invited for discussion on the live IRC channel at Since this is a worldwide effort, there is always a good chance to find someone to chat with there, day or night.

Newsgroup and Mailing List

We have two discussion lists, which can be read via a newsgroup reader, as a mailing list or via Google groups.

Purpose Newsgroup Mailing list Google group
Developer discussion subscribe/unsubscribe Google group
End user support subscribe/unsubscribe Google group