To be “accessible,” a website, or any digital content, must be designed and/or coded with digital accessibility in mind. The generally accepted standard is the Web Content Accessibility Guideline (WCAG) 2.0. This guideline provides the path to making websites, PDFs and other digital media such as video, accessible to the range of assistive technologies (AT).
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- What laws specifically address digital accessibility?
- What is digital accessibility?
- What does "digital accessibility compliance" mean?
- What does it take to be digitally accessible?
- What are the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)?
- What is WCAG compliance?
- How can you test for WCAG compliance?
- Who needs to follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)?
- What is accessibility "conformance"?
- Common misconceptions about digital accessibility.