Featured: How users change colors on websites
The team at the GDS Accessibility blog looks at the methods with which users might change colors and what the people creating websites need to look out for because of it.
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News and links
Public accommodations are starting to win website accessibility lawsuits: From the article, “Two recent decisions by federal judges to dismiss website accessibility lawsuits may cause more public accommodations to fight instead of settle these suits, but businesses must continue to weigh many factors before making that decision.”
Resources, tools and tutorials
- Accessible CSS sidebar toggle (tutorial)
- Creating more accessible links by using gradients (blog post)
- Demystifying accessible name (blog post)
- Top online retailers tested for accessibility (blog post)
- Form errors screen readers can access (blog post)
- Moving from old Section 508 to WCAG 2.0 AA (resource)
New to A11y
Ryerson University has a free course on web accessibility auditing made easy, an in-depth resource to learn how to support an organization’s web accessibility compliance efforts.
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