Is your website accessible to people with disabilities?

All technology, including websites, must grant barrier-free access to people with disabilities.
For websites, that means meeting the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 standards.
WCAG requires web content to be:

  • Perceivable: Everything can be perceived in more than one way. For example, if someone cannot see, written content can be read by a screen reader.
  • Operable: Everything can be operated in more than one way. For example, if someone cannot use a mouse, they can navigate using the keyboard.
  • Understandable: Everything can be easily understood. For example, an error message points out the location of your mistake and how to fix it.
  • Robust: Everything can roll up to the newest hardware and not break.

Use this link
Enter your URL below to see how close you are to being compliant.
Once you’ve submitted your URL for testing, you will receive a report that includes:

  • An overall compliance score (from 0% to 91%)
  • A list of accessibility barriers (violations)
  • Best practices for remedying those violations


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