Did you know that roughly 54 million people in the United States have some sort of disability? And that those disabilities could cause them to use the internet in a different way than you do?

Web accessibility is the process of making sure your website is able to be accessed by everyone no matter whether they use a mouse, keyboard, screen reader or some other technology to browse the web.

It can be challenging work, especially if you have a complicated website. But it’s necessary and it is worth it. These posts will walk you through how to make sure your website is accessible for everyone.

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How to make sure your content is accessible

You want to make your site accessible but have to wait for a developer to do it. What's something you can do right now? Make sure the content of your posts and pages are accessible.

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How to make sure your WordPress site is accessible

So you want to make your WordPress site accessible to everyone. Awesome. But it's a pretty big undertaking. Here are the simple steps to achieve that goal.

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Think about website accessibility from the start

Website accessibility is a requirement on today's internet. It doesn't matter if it's expensive or if you're not sure what the guidelines are. Start thinking about accessibility from the start of your website build, and everything will fall right into place. Because everyone should be able to use your website no matter what technology they use.

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Tools to test website accessibility

It's always great to make sure your website is accessible for all users. But how can you see if your website is accessible? Here are some tools that can help you get started.

A look at some web accessibility guidelines

One common complaint from the Domino's lawsuit is that there aren't any guidelines. But it's a misconception. There are accessibility guidelines that you can be following today.

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Six accessibility fixes you can make to your website today

Every website should be accessible to everyone. Yes, even yours. But it can be a tricky thing to get started. So here are some fixes you can check on your website.

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Website misconception: Design is better than user experience

Going to a cool-looking website is pretty neat. But not being able to use said website is a downer. On the web, website design should never diminish the user experience.

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Tools to test website accessibility

It's always great to make sure your website is accessible for all users. But how can you see if your website is accessible? Here are some tools that can help you get started.

A look at some web accessibility guidelines

One common complaint from the Domino's lawsuit is that there aren't any guidelines. But it's a misconception. There are accessibility guidelines that you can be following today.

accessibility entrance at a business

Think about website accessibility from the start

Website accessibility is a requirement on today's internet. It doesn't matter if it's expensive or if you're not sure what the guidelines are. Start thinking about accessibility from the start of your website build, and everything will fall right into place. Because everyone should be able to use your website no matter what technology they use.

accessibility entrance at a business

How to make sure your WordPress site is accessible

So you want to make your WordPress site accessible to everyone. Awesome. But it's a pretty big undertaking. Here are the simple steps to achieve that goal.

How to make sure your content is accessible

You want to make your site accessible but have to wait for a developer to do it. What's something you can do right now? Make sure the content of your posts and pages are accessible.