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Let's tackle Web Accessibility together. Who's working on being WCAG AA compliant at the moment?

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I found this Accessibility Checker that can tell you what issues are on your site:'s also this website that has a detailed reference to Web WCAG: have 2 websites that need to be WCAG compliant so I'm checking them with the Accessibility Checker and then going from there!
maryjob's profile thumbnail
That accessibility checker is going to be a handy tool, thanks for sharing that, wow. Already bookmarked to be used later.
Shanna's profile thumbnail
Accessibility checker (I like this because you can choose which guidelines to check against under Options)WordPressWordPress Accessibility project: the most comprehensive website on accessibility I have found. You can find an answer to almost anything here. Subscribe to their newsletter, the tips are amazing. NVDA (Free screen reader) W3C WCAG gospel. Also see:- Web accessibility tutorials: Multimedia Accessibility FAQ contrast checkers: (downloadable) (online) (online)ARIA started with accessibility tips
Shanna's profile thumbnail
Add an accessibility statement to your website: (This is mine)Ensuring multimedia that you post on your website is accessibleImages: note re Powerpoint and Word - if you are converting them to accessible PDF, do as much accessibility as you can in the Powerpoint or Word file prior to conversion and you will save yourself a world of pain.