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Web Accessibility Guidelines

Web Accessibility

What is Web Accessibility? 

Per Webster's New World Computer Dictionary, Web Accessibility is "a comprehensive program, including specifications, tools, research and development, and education, that is designed to make the Web more accessible to people with limited vision, hearing, or dexterity. The program is sponsored by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)." 

What are Web Accessibility Guidelines?

Per the W3C, Web Accessibility Guidelines are a set of standards that educators, programmers and developers use to create web content that meets the needs of people with disabilities. 


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