Web Accessibility Toolkit: Tips, Guidelines and Strategies

Advanced tips for improving web accessibility

Integrated Content Strategy

Content accessibility is all about giving people with disabilites reasonable access to all forms of web content.

Web content must be perceivable, operable, understandable and robust to ensure that users with visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive, language, learning and/or neurological disabilities can access and consume information with ease.

Websites must involve these people to improve their process and to be more availabe to a wider range of audience.

This guide outlines how to make websites more accessible to users with disabilities and explains the impact of doing so.

Inside this guide:

  • The fundamentals of accessibility
  • Ways to make your site more accessible
  • Advanced tips for web accessibility: document structure, non-HTML / dynamic content and mobile solutions
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This guide is sponsored by Hannon Hill