HTML code including the accessibility tag “role.”
HTML code including the accessibility tag “role.”
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As the internet becomes an integral and necessary part of modern life, it is imperative that we as designers and engineers build sites that everyone can use. The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) create a standard for making web content accessible for everyone. Here are five easy ways to make your website more accessible.

Semantic HTML

HTML5 comes equipped with landmark tags that help screen readers navigate the site. This also helps SEO bots navigate your site as well. The three major layout landmark tags are <header>, <main>, and <footer>. Think of the page like the body: head at the top, main…

Karen Lobin Perkins

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