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Official Beijing Paralympics website opens
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15:06, May 30, 2008

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The Official Website of the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games, Paralympic.beijing2008.cn, was launched on May 29, on the occasion of the 100-day countdown to the start of the event.

The Beijing Paralympics website will provide detailed information in Chinese and English on all Paralympic sports and disciplines. During the Paralympics, the Beijing Paralympic website will post up-to-the-minute official news, competition results, medal standings and Paralympic news, as well as live coverage of important press conferences.

The design of the Beijing Paralympics website emphasizes service and functionality. With pages devoted to Venues, Spectator Services, Ticketing and Media Operations, fans will find detailed information on lodging, transportation, shopping and information services.

In addition, the Beijing Paralympics website is the first Paralympics website to ever offer barrier-free information service. The website is designed according to W3C's guidelines on Web accessibility, so people with a disability who use Web browsing tools can easily navigate the website. Meanwhile, both the English and Chinese versions of the website include a Web browsing tool - Easy Web Browsing - which gives people with a visual impairment an audio presentation of the website; and allows users to adjust text size.

By People's Daily Online



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