The web should be open and usable by all – this includes people with disabilities. Web accessibility means that the millions of people with disabilities that use the web can interact, understand, navigate, and contribute to websites. Here are a few easy questions to ask yourself to check if your website is accessible to people […]Continue reading "Planning for Accessibility in Your Site"
If a user comes to your site and only has a keyboard available to them, is your site usable? If you have a large menu with dropdown items, probably not. Imagine if you go to navigate a site and you have to hit tab until you reach the main content before you (or a screen […]Continue reading "Skip Links – Let People Get To Your Content"