Making Your Website Accessible Part 4: WCAG 2.1

The latest revision of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), version 2.1, was recently published. While it’s a few years old, I still often refer to my series of blog posts that break down WCAG 2.0 because unlike many of my other articles on web accessibility, it refers to the WCAG criteria by number. This extra part to the series is to specifically cover what’s new in WCAG 2.1. Continue reading “Making Your Website Accessible Part 4: WCAG 2.1”

Alignment of WCAG with Section 508 (US) & Canadian Legislation

So I promised @gmcharlt a while ago (think last November) that I would do a blog post on comparing how the US and Canadian legislation regulations align with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0. Continue reading “Alignment of WCAG with Section 508 (US) & Canadian Legislation”

TRY 2013: Implementing WCAG by Making Your Website Accessible for Everyone

If you’ve read my previous posts on web accessibility, then most of this will be a rehash. This is the version that I did for the TRY 2013 conference, where I reorganized a few things and put in different examples. Continue reading “TRY 2013: Implementing WCAG by Making Your Website Accessible for Everyone”

Making Your Website Accessible Part 2: Implementing WCAG into the Structure & Layout

This is a repost of my blog post, which was originally posted on the ACRL TechConnect, but with a couple of small updates. Continue reading “Making Your Website Accessible Part 2: Implementing WCAG into the Structure & Layout”