The W3C provides detailed instructions for creating accessible menus which we have summarized below along with providing some code examples for improving the accessiblity of your menus: Verify that the Read More »
Category: Web Accessibility – Did You Know?
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 Read More »
Did you know that HTML code validation is an important part of ensuring ADA compliance of your website?
All web pages must have complete start and end tags, be nested according to their specifications, not contain duplicate attributes, and IDs must be unique. To ensure ADA compliance, use Read More »
Animated GIFs are a fun way to add interest to your website but did you know that they might be a violation of ADA requirements?
Animated gifs that repeat non-stop or more than 3 times in one second should be avoided. To ensure compliance, animated images should stop after 5 seconds or users should be Read More »
If any audio plays automatically for more than 3 seconds, either a mechanism must be available at the top of the page to pause or stop the audio, or a Read More »
Did you know that not including a sitemap, search box or other similar feature on your website is a violation of ADA requirements?
Users are accustomed to using a variety of methods of finding content on websites. Many users prefer search, others prefer navigation menus, and some prefer to use a sitemap. For Read More »