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Does the <body> rule the mind or does the mind rule the <body>?

Inaccessibility Warnings in the Browser anyone?

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The pressure to change, to move on
Was strange
And very strong
So this is why I tell you
I really do understand

Morrissey, “I don’t mind if you forget me”

A current and ongoing study by Webaim found out, that 98,1% of the top 1000000 websites around the world have machine detectable accessibility errors. They just all fail the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2. Why is that so? And what can we do about it?

Accessible Content – Part 5: accessible Graphics

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If I smile
Do not be swayed
I simply serve the public image

Morrissey, “Disappointed”

Graphics as such cannot be grasped by blind people unless they are described and explained with text. People who are visually impaired (tunnel vision, colour blindness) may not be able to easily perceive the meaning of the graphics.

Accessible Content – Part 4: meaningful Link Texts

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All of the things you said
So meaningful
They are all so suddenly meaningless

Morrissey, “Roy’s Keen”

Links are the foundation of the web. They are the essence of modern information. This is why it is important to follow some easy rules to guarantee a good link user experience.

Accessible Content – Part 3: Structuring the Page with semantic Elements

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When your name’s with the best
Will my name be on your guest list?

Morrissey, “Lucky Lisp”

Some contents require special structure and preparation. These should then also be packaged in the HTML elements provided for this purpose. Every text editor of a modern content management system or blog software helps you to do this without having to understand the exact syntax.