Create an Accessible website

What is the Accessibility Tree?

What is the purpose of the Accessibility Tree and why is it important to check the Accessibility tree?

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Accessibility Overlays on your website, do or don't?

Accessibility overlays are marketed as one-click solutions for accessibility compliance. How good are accessibility overlays?

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The Importance of Accessibility on SEO in 2023

SEO professionals aim to drive targeted traffic to websites through search engines and optimize the website to ensure conversions. What is the effect of Accessibility on SEO? Should you care as an SEO professional about Accessibility?

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What is Digital Accessibility And Why is it important?

Ever wondered how someone who is blind or deaf can use the internet? Is everyone able to use social media? A lot of websites on the internet are not fully accessible for these people which is why digital accessibility is important.

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10+ Tips on Website Accessibility for Web Developers

Are you a web developer striving to make your websites accessible to everyone? Accessibility is crucial to ensure that all users, including those with disabilities, can access and interact with your content. But where to start?

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Why Website Accessibility Matters for Businesses in 2023

In today's digital world, more and more products and services are exclusively accessible online, making website accessibility a fundamental requirement for businesses. In this blog post, we will discuss why website accessibility matters for businesses in 2023.

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How to fix click-events-have-key-events?

Elements that are clickable must have an associated key event. People who navigate a website only by keyboard should be able to trigger these elements as well.

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How to use aria-describedby the right way?

How to use aria-describedby correctly and how does it relate to other ARIA attributes?

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How To Fix "label-has-associated-control" error

A form <label> element must be associated with a control element. Add a htmlFor attribute on the <label> and an id attribute to the control element.

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A Complete Guide to Website Accessibility Requirements

Accessibility requirements state that a website must meet four accessibility principles. A website must be Perceivable, Operable, Understandable and Robust.

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