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Making your website fully accessible to people with disabilities is the right thing to do—but it's also the smart thing to do. For one thing, if someone with a disability goes to your site and can't identify images or click on important links, odds are they'll abandon your business and go to one of your competitors. If that competitor has taken the time to make his site accessible, he'll pick up their business—and you won't...
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The Four WCAG Principles: The Road to Compliance The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) define four principles for making content usable by people with disabilities. They're open-ended in ...
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On October 14, 2017 California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law AB 434, which will create a new Government Code section 11546.7 and require, beginning July 1, 2019, state agencies and state ent...
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On June 5, the private body of web accessibility experts called the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) published its update to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, aptly named the Web Content...
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