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"Making the web accessible benefits individuals, businesses, and society."

(Source: https://www.w3.org/WAI/fundame... )

Who is your website intended for?

This is the crucial question. Because the larger your target group, the more you have to do to make this website accessible to everyone.

Web Accessibility Guidelines

The Web Accessibility Guidelines are for everyone. Not only for people with a visual, auditory, mental and motor disability. Seniors, people with color blindness, people with dyslexia and people who speak English as a second language also benefit from an accessible website.

Public authorities must ensure that all citizens have access to their information and require a "barrier-free" seal.

How to meet WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines)

We believe that all websites should be built in such a way that they are barrier-free. We therefore apply the associated technology as much as possible for all our sites.

Please continue reading on the website of W3C for more detail (World Wide Web Consortium) https://www.w3.org/WAI/WCAG21/...


Do you want to do something about the accessibility of your website? We are happy to make a proposal!

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