Static Content Should Be Logical Without CSS and Images

Static content should maintain a logical order when stylesheets and images are turned off. A good way to check if static content can stand on its own is to turn off stylesheets and images. Turning stylesheets and images off can offer a preview of how a screen reader may "see" content. Refer to the table below to see how you can disabled styles in some of the common web browsers.

How to Disable Styles
Browser Technique
Firefox Via the menu toolbar, choose: "View" > "Page Style" > "No Style"
Chrome Use a third-party extension like Web Developer opens in a new window
Safari (Mac) Via the menu toolbar, choose "Develop" > "Disable Styles"
Internet Explorer Open the Developer Toolbar: "Tools" > "Developer tools", then select "Disable" > "CSS"