Issue #365

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Featured: What’s new in WCAG 2.2?

This post gives a high-level overview of what’s new and what has changed in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.2, which hgot promoted to a W3C Recommendation last week.

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Sponsored: WooCommerce and accessibility: Bet Hannon and Meg Miller

eCommerce sites have a lot of user interaction and therefore a lot of potential for accessibility issues. This presentation by team members from AccessiCart, an agency that specializes in accessibility and eCommerce, will look at the accessibility of the base WooCommerce (for WordPress) plugin, some of its popular plugins, and offer some advice for choosing more accessible add-on plugins.

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News, resources, tools and tutorials

New to A11y

Dave Rupert shared nine things automated accessibility tests can’t test, thanks to the experience gained building a new app. Automation and AI have turned into a hot topic this year, but it’s important to remember that the robots can’t often understand complexity and nuance. Those challenges come up often in accessibility.

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