Web Accessibility

Web Accessibility

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The content on your website should be simple and easy to read so a wide variety of users can enjoy your copy. For any text on your website, be sure to avoid elements that flash more than three times per second as they can cause seizures for some users. Do not use tables on your website unless necessary. When you must use a table to organize data, be sure to indicate the heading row, as this will help assistive technologies, such as screen readers, read the information in a meaningful way—not just as a string of numbers or words.

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If there is video content on your website, make sure there are captions.

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The content on your website should be simple and easy to read so a wide variety of users can enjoy your copy. For any text on your website, be sure to avoid elements that flash more than three times per second as they can cause seizures for some users. Do not use tables on your website unless necessary. When you must use a table to organize data, be sure to indicate the heading row, as this will help assistive technologies, such as screen readers, read the information in a meaningful way—not just as a string of numbers or words.

The content on your website should be simple and easy to read so a wide variety of users can enjoy your copy. For any text on your website, be sure to avoid elements that flash more than three times per second as they can cause seizures for some users.

The content on your website should be simple and easy to read so a wide variety of users can enjoy your copy. For any text on your website, be sure to avoid elements that flash more than three times per second as they can cause seizures for some users. Do not use tables on your website unless necessary. When you must use a table to organize data, be sure to indicate the heading row, as this will help assistive technologies, such as screen readers, read the information in a meaningful way—not just as a string of numbers or words.