Tag: HTML

How Thinking About Accessibility Can Lead to Success

Just over two years ago, I wrote a blog post about accessibility basics, where I introduced readers to accessibility APIs from a 30,000 foot view. Near the end, I proclaimed that WebDevStudios is “committed to building accessible websites.” Internally, an effort to make our starter theme, wd_s, pass both Section 508 and WCAG...

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Accessibility of Semantics: How Writing Semantic HTML Can Help Accessibility

Writing HTML is about more than simply “having stuff appear on the page.” Each element you use has a meaning and conveys information to your visitors, especially to those that use assistive technologies to help interpret that meaning for them. A majority of a site’s visitors will be able to...

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