Everything you need to know to make your website accessible
Have a read of this comprehensive guide to WCAG 1.1.1, Non-Text Content. It covers images, videos, form fields, even the dreaded CAPTCHA. Learn how to make them all available in a text format.Learn More »
Making Images Accessible
Images are simple, right? Just add alt text?
But what do you do about images like data charts, or if there's loads of text. What about CSS backgrounds?
Find out exactly what to do in every scenario with this guide.
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Dynamic data charts – how do I make them accessible?
Is it even possible to write a text alternative for a dynamic chart?Read Blog Post »
Which WCAG Level is easier? A or AA? Can you partially meet them? Which should you aim for?Read Blog Post »