The 4th of July is a celebration of the independence of America. Today we face a challenge to independence for some people who struggle to access information and service on the web. You can help keep the spirit of independence alive by making sure that your web apps are accessible to all. Find out how in this post.
The web continues to evolve into dynamic environment that effects all aspects of our society, from online commerce to government services. Let's explore the development of accessibility laws and how they interact with web application development.
As the web has grown in usage, old ways of doing things have fallen behind. But what technology makes difficult, it also can make easy. As long as we follow a few simple guidelines, we can make the web available to pretty much everyone.
Web accessibility is an important component of web development. In the third part of this series, we talk about screen readers and best practices for making your websites accessible for people using them.
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