Web Accessibility and Content

What Is Web Accessibility?

According to W3C Web Accessibility “refers to the removing of barriers that prevent interaction with, or access to websites, by people with disabilities.”

When sites are designed, designed, developed and edited correctly all users have equal access to the content. 

Web Content?

Web content is content accessed via the Internet through a Web browser. Content include:

  • Animations.
  • Audio files
  • Images.
  • Movies.
  • Textual.
  • Video files.
  • PDFs etc…

When a business take time to include accessibility principles to their content, they are better able to meet the needs of people with disabilities.

Web Accessibility Initiative WAI develops standards to help you implement accessibility.

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