In the process of building websites, one of the page elements often associated with accessibility problems are forms, closely followed by another relevant design component: our friendly tables. When we’re designing Web pages while keeping in mind basic accessibility principles, these topics seem to be the most difficult. However, this doesn’t have to happen that way; making online forms more accessible is not as difficult as it seems. Many websites present users with professionally styled forms, powerful server-side validation capabilities, and good overall form layout quality. But, very often, they’re littered with accessibility howlers.