Get ADA Web Accessible

WCAG 2.0 and Section 508, ADA Compliance for websites

Adding alt tags to all images sometimes is not the correct solution for accessibility.     W3.org provides a tutorial on Image Concepts that helps explain the different types of images on a website and how they should be marked up for those who use a screen reader. Sometimes an image doesn’t convey any needed details…

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Sometimes you have to look a little deeper on how to add alt tags to the images you are posting on your favorite social networks or closed captions to videos. Here are some quick links to the most popular social media sites discussing how to make your images you post accessible. Accessibility on Social Media…

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ACCESSIBILITY TRAINING WebAim.com Webaim is located in Logan, Utah. WebAim is an accessibility leader, offering training at their location as well as arranging training at your location. WebAim’s online Document Accessibility Course covers making documents accessible.  Details are below. Register: Webaim.org/training Website: WebAim.org Phone: 435-797-7024 Email: Jared Smith: jared@webaim.org In Person Training When: Scheduled throughout…

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19% of the U.S. population has a disability. With numbers like that, accessibility shouldn’t be an afterthought, it should be a priority. The WCAG is working to make that goal a reality. But as with any robust set of guidelines, making them understandable can be an undertaking. That’s where we come in. Here’s a breakdown of…

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