Featured: Is WCAG 2.0 too complicated?
Karl Groves asks whether one of the most well-known accessibility web standards is too hard to understand. He says, it’s dense for sure, but provides clear information.
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News and links
W3C HTML5 Validator enhanced with language detection functionality: “The validator can currently detect a little over 50 languages, but more will be added over time.”
Resources, tools and tutorials
- Accessible UI Components for the web (blog post)
- Using Narrator dev mode (blog post)
- Developing accessible web content (blog post)
- Web accessibility in high-risk segments (blog post)
- Role = Drinks (events)
- Section 508 refresh – it’s coming soon! (blog post)
- WCAG is not scary anymore - A progressive approach to website accessibility (blog post)
- Adding color to your design (blog post)
- Five rules for accessible web content (blog post)
- How to convince writers to write for accessibility (blog post)
New to A11y
WebAIM has updated and expanded its documentation for how to make accessible documents with Word.
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