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Pressure mounts against the use of accessibility “overlays”

In a recently published website, Accessibility professional Karl Groves has detailed a plethora of information about a controversial topic that has slowly grown in momentum. As described by Groves, “(Accessibility) Overlays are a broad term for technologies aimed at improving the accessibility of a website by applying third-party source code… Continue Reading Pressure mounts against the use of accessibility “overlays”

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WCAG 2.1 Released

From the U.S. Access Board: W3C Releases Updated Web Content Accessibility Guidelines On June 5, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) released an update of its Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, a globally recognized, technology-neutral accessibility standard for web content. WCAG 2.1 builds upon guidance developed by W3C’s Web… Continue Reading WCAG 2.1 Released