Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 has become a proposed recommendation a while ago. This is possibly a last step before a standard becomes W3C recommendation. In short, this process is to confirm if required corrections are made. Here is what it means in the words of W3C.
It’s true that most of the events being planned to observe Global Accessibility Awareness Day are focused on digital accessibility. This is not because someone doesn’t like about other aspects. It is happening just due to most people who are involved or hosting GAAD are from technology background.
This is a guest post by Kameshwari Devi Kiran Kumar
This article briefly explanes how to use the WAVE tool to test accessibility for a website. There are primarily two methods of using the tool:
- Entering the URL of the website you would like to test into the ‘Webpage address’