How to Make a Website Accessible

How to Make a Website Accessible For All [With 6 Core Steps]

Are you feeling the weight of having to make your website accessible to those with disabilities but don’t know where to begin?

There’s good news for you. You just need to make a few slight tweaks to your web pages (and images) to get them out of the dark ages.

After all, there are one billion people in the world experiencing some sort of disability. So it may be a good idea to get your site up to speed for 15% of the world’s population.

Our team at was able to track down two web accessibility experts to help you turn your website into a page no one will want to leave. They’ll provide you with some valuable tips and tricks that they’ve taught to hundreds of others for decades.

In this article we’ll help you to:

  • Learn about the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
  • Understand the six core skills (including alt text for images) to use to improve your website’s accessibility
  • Figure out what a screen reader is and how they work
  • Highlight the main ways websites are misusing some great accessible web tools
  • Leave you with a handful of tools to evaluate and further improve your website’s accessibility

Read the rest of the article here.

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