A component that extends the ASP.NET DataGrid control such that it complies with the World-Wide Web Consortium's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.

The aim of the Accessible DataGrid is to be a drop-in replacement for the native .NET Framework DataGrid that supplies increased accessibility via the use of extra HTML elements and attributes. This includes:



Releases and source code will be available from the SourceForge project page


The Accessible DataGrid is maintained by David Gardiner.

The DataGrid was initially developed by David at the University of South Australia, where he works as a senior developer in the Flexible Learning Centre. UniSA has kindly agreed that this control would be of benefit to many others so it has been released and will continue to be developed as an open-source project.

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Last updated: Friday, 08 April 2005 17:25:59 +1030