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    How to Make Website WCAG Compliant?

    by irfanyasinpro ·

    Mobile apps have already penetrated every sphere of our lives and every imaginable business niche. Naturally, the appeal of mobile apps for its market potential cannot fade away anytime soon, at least until another great technology can replace mobile apps. But surprisingly, only a handful of apps in every niche really become successful and only a handful of apps across all niches really make it a phenomenal success. I want to make my website WCAG compliant. Need your creative ideas for making my website WCAG compliant. Thanks in Advance

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      Re: WCAG

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to How to Make Website WCAG Compliant?

      https://www.w3.org/WAI/standards-guidelines/wcag/ has the guidelines. It’s up to you to apply them to your site. You’re the one that best knows on what points it can be improved.

      Can you explain why the first part of your post (everything up to “I want”) is utterly irrelevant to your question? And why, as a company doing web development, you need external help about making an accessible website. Not really a recommendation of your company vrtechsol.com, is it?

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        Because this question and others similar

        by Wizard57M-TR ·

        In reply to Re: WCAG

        are nothing more than spam questions attempting to get clicks to some website. I would have just marked it as spam, and deal with them accordingly.
        Wiz

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      How to Make Website WCAG Compliant?

      by deborasumopayroll ·

      In reply to How to Make Website WCAG Compliant?

      5 Steps to Make Your Website Accessible and Avoid a WCAG Lawsuit
      Provide text alternatives for non-text content.
      Provide an alternative to video-only and audio-only content.
      Provide captions for all videos which include audio.
      Use more than one sense for all instructions.
      Not use a presentation that relies solely on color.

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