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Making websites more accessible

10 simple steps to make your website more accessible.

  1. Images should have ‘alt’ tags to inform visually impaired users
  2. Provide some kind of captioning or transcription for videos
  3. Ensure colours have a good contrast, visit www.snook.com
  4. Allow users to navigate your site with a keyboard (tab key)
  5. Align text to the left
  6. Use simple, clear language throughout your website
  7. Test your forms for errors and make sure they are clear
  8. Check your site with a screen reader
  9. Actions should be clear e.g. button roll over
  10. Visit www.w3.org/wai/wcag20/quickref/ to see the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines guidelines

The information in this leaflet was provided by Access for All For more information visit www.access.gg

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By |2018-10-21T19:48:11+00:00October 21st, 2018|Comments Off on Making websites more accessible
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