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This is an introduction to social media accessibility, including identification of common accessibility issues and features offered by each social media platform to make your posts more accessible.

Using images in web sites automatically introduces accessibility issues for some people, who are unable to see them, but at the same it could be an accessibility facilitator for others. Read more about how to use images in web sites at their best potential, and how to make sure that they are accessible for all.

This is a short overview of web accessibility, including a discussion about the potential benefits for all web users.

Learn more about readability, formulas and tools used to measure written text readability.

Find out how to be sure your website or web application works with the keyboard alone.

The Accessible Rich Internet Applications (WAI-ARIA) specification defines roles, states, and properties that should be used to provide semantics in languages where they may not be available. Assistive technologies, such as screen readers, use what ARIA offers in order to communicate with browsers to present information about the status of interactions, and the like. As a result, WAI-ARIA is especially important to consider when creating dynamic content.

There are a number of standards that can be considered, depending on whether you are creating a static or dynamic web site, an authoring tool, or perhaps even a PDF document.

Find out why using semantics is important for web accessibility.

Find out how to manage focus on a webpage or in a web application.

This is a quick overview of the main concepts guiding the development of well organized html documents.

In this article you will find a list of questions you need to ask yourself when defining labels of controls in accessible web forms.