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