Category: Web Accessibility – Did You Know?

WP Web or WordPress Website Accessibility

WP Web Accessibility refers to WordPress Website Accessibility. WordPress is an open source content management system. WP Web or WordPress is designed with accessibility in mind but in order for

a11y stands for ACCESSIBILITY

The A11Y Project is a community-driven effort to make digital accessibility easier. The A11Y Project website provides: Fundamentals and principles behind accessible design A checklist based on the Web Content Accessibility

How to Build an Inclusive Company Website

Image via Pexels A website is a crucial element of any successful company. Your website should introduce potential customers to your business and show them what you have to offer.

Common HTML Button Accessibility Problems

HTML button accessibility is a common problem on websites. Keyboard users routinely use the spacebar and the enter key to activate an html button control. When it doesn’t work, blind

Adding Skip Links to a Website

A skip (navigation) link provides a way for users of assistive technology to skip what can often be many navigation links. This skip link should go right after the body tag, (it

Correcting Missing or Incorrectly Labeled Landmarks

Landmarks provide a way to identify the organization and structure of a web page. The structural information conveyed visually to users should be represented programmatically in the markup using landmark

Web Accessibility Training 

In this web accessibility training course you will learn web and digital accessibility skills for web, documents, and mobile content. This self-paced course cover the most important aspects of Web

Did you know? All Headings are not Equal!

A very common accessibility problem is the lack of properly formatted Heading tags in a webpage (H1, H2, H3, H4, H5 or H6). Sometimes headings are not present or they

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