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Robiul Islam
Jun 29, 2022
In Artists and creators forum
What exactly is web accessibility? Well, it's definitely more than a catchphrase that will make you look smart while attending WordCamps! In fact, WordPress sites that violate accessibility guidelines are the perfect target for lawsuits and lower conversion rates. However, having an accessible WordPress site means more than avoiding the hands of justice! It is about providing an irreproachable UX to all those who wish to use the web, in addition, with respect for equality. The question is, does your WordPress site provide this to its users? Are you sure the version is functional for everyone? That being said, let's make sure everything on your site complies with our four steps to a successful WordPress accessibility audit. Web Content Accessibility Guidelines To start, you need to update your knowledge with the latest WCAG. Understand what each category directive is all about and how each directive can influence your WordPress site from your code to your content. The most important content accessibility guidelines are: Techniques to company logo design make your website more scannable and readable Correct image and alt text formatting Proper inclusion of videos in your pages and content Proper site architecture and web navigation If you manage to make your WordPress site completely W3 WCAG compliant, you will be ready to conquer your target market and much more. There are 3 levels of accessibility: A basic) AA (the global accessibility standard) AAA (for dedicated software) Most EU countries and countries like the United States, Brazil or Canada use the WCAG AA accessibility standard or equivalent for government websites. Some countries require compliance with these guidelines for commercial websites, and the WordPress accessibility team uses these guidelines to improve the core. WCAG also provides techniques for implementing its principles. Every accessibility obstacle has solutions, and you can choose the solution that works best for your WordPress site. When implementing WCAG techniques, you should use common sense and choose the one(s) that work well with your site. By carefully reading and understanding the guidelines, you will see exactly where your WordPress site stands in terms of accessibility. 1. Markup Validation Don't worry if you're not a programmer! Markup validation is now a simple process with the W3C Markup Validation Tool. W3C Markup Validator Most web documents are scripted using markup languages, namely HTML or XHTML. These languages ​​are established by technical specifications, which usually contain machine-readable language. This is called validation, and it's what the markup validator does. While running the validator, several configurations and settings can be changed, but in most cases the default settings are sufficient. One option you may want to enable is “Show Source” which will print the HTML of the page. This makes it easier for you to find out exactly where the issues have appeared on your pages.
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