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The most common way to post content on a web page is via HTML text, images, audio, and video. No matter your approach to content delivery, you probably know that your approach needs to be accessible. Did you know that non-web content such as Adobe PDF documents needs to be accessible as well? Is Read More
Documents available on the Web Also Need to Be Accessible
A web page in Drupal is made up of several parts. For instance, you have the header and navigation that appears on each page. You have the main content region that holds your articles or the details associated with your events. On either side of the content, you might have sidebars with blocks Read More
Planning Blocks
If someone sues you because your website has accessibility issues, it usually means they need you to fix said issues. Sadly, there will be those lawsuits where the complaint is triggered more by the desire of monetary compensation from a settlement than the present accessibility issues, but in Read More
Remediate non-Accessible Websites
Did someone tell you that an Agile development process means you don’t have to plan? That it means you can skip to coding and save a lot of time? Brace yourself, that just isn’t true. In fact, there are several plans you need to create. What the website should do. What the website should look Read More
Agile Development Graphic
Perhaps you’ve heard that the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) has updated their Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.  On April 24th, 2018, W3C posted a proposed extension of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, referred to as WCAG 2.1. On June 5th, 2018, WCAG 2.1 was no Read More
What’s New in WCAG 2.1?