What is WCAG and How to Achieve Web Accessibility Compliance
What is WCAG?
‘WCAG’ is a term you might have heard in conversations about web accessibility for people with disability.
It stands for the ‘Web Content Accessibility Guidelines’, which are global guidelines for the accessibility of websites and web pages.
WCAG was developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), an international standards organization for the internet. The guidelines have undergone multiple updates since their beginning. The latest version governing public compliance is known as ‘WCAG 2.1’.
*Read more about WCAG and why it’s important in this online article from AI Media.