Featured: There is no character limit for “alt text”
Eric Eggert debunks a myth about alt text and length.
Read more of There is no character limit for “alt text”.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Using the language attribute to make your website accessible (blog post - craigabbott.co.uk)
- Eight key elements for creating a culture of accessibility (blog post - microassist.com)
- Accessibility: A new standard test (blog post - linkedin.com)
- Foundations: Colour and meaning (blog post - tetralogical.com)
- Accessibility monitoring: How we test (resource - gov.uk)
- My thoughts on accessibility of NFTs and Web3 (blog post - a11ysavvy.com)
New to A11y?
A new version of the Teach Access tutorial went live recently. It’s a great way to begin learning more about accessibility. I appreciate how it’s broken down both from a design and code perspective.
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