A quick Web Accessibility Checklist

Web Accessibility
Often we hear people asking how can they check for a website for accessibility and what needs to be checked. Here is a quick checklist and hope this would be handy to someone! Is the link "Skip to main content" exist? Although, there are several other ways to achieve quick navigation by providing heading mark-up, aria land marks, it's still easier to hit on one link to reach the main content. Does the website provides any accessibility options, such as "Color options" "Font re-size option" etc? This would be good, if your target audience have learning difficulties or new to internet users, else, a help page with an article how one could use the existing accessibility options within the browsers would be helpful. Does all the informative images have appropriate…
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Top Accessibility resources

Web Accessibility
Often, we look for accessibility pages of different organizations to know accessibility features of their respective products and services. Not always, it's easy to invest time to search on internet. So I thought, let me start off listing accessibility links of different companies across the globe. Disclaimer: Links on this post are verified on the date of this post. We are not responsible if the links get broken at a later date. If you notice the same, we appreciate, if you send us a note and alert us to update on the post. Yahoo! Accessibility Help Accessibility at Microsoft AOL Accessibility Help Adobe Accessibility Accessibility at Google FAQ - Oracle Accessibility Program Accessibility Word Press Codex Mozilla Accessibility Project Apple Accessibility Facebook Help Centre - Accessibility and Assistive Technologies IBM…
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