Link Tag

A Link must have appropriate text description A link must have a text-based name related with it so that screen readers can announce something to users.   Good Example: Link text within the <a> element Link text must have clear concept for the screen reader…

Headings Tag

Headings play a very important role in the accessibility level of any document, whether it is a Word, PDF, or HTML document. Screen reader users use “Headings” for navigation and they provide a clear concept of a document which benefits all users, making it easier…

10 BASICS WEB ACCESSIBILITY TIPS1. Use meaningful title attributes 2. Keep important interactive elements higher up the web page 3. Don’t begin title attributes with the same text 4. Use headings properly 5. Use different and meaningful page titles 6. Use skip navigation 7. Label your form elements 8. Test your web pages with CSS and JavaScript disabled 9. “See” what it’s like to use assistive technologies 10. Web accessibility is not about creating dull or boring website, it simply provide equal experience to all the users.

Use meaningful title attributes Keep important interactive elements higher up the web page Don’t begin title attributes with the same text Use headings properly Use different and meaningful page titles Use skip navigation Label your form elements Test your web pages with CSS and JavaScript…