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Image of a MacMy newest web design project is making sure a website I am developing is at least “ADA Compliant.” I quickly learned this is not a straightforward as it seems. After several days of independent research, I phoned Cynthia Ng who presented for Novare Library and Florida Library Webinars on Auditing Your Website for Accessibility Compliance and Understanding How ADA Applies and Making Web Services Accessible for Everyone 

Through our conversation and my research, I created a list of resources I plan to use and feel I can recommend. The goal is to continually update this list as the project continues with information I learn and use.

Resource Guide

Overall, while its a bit overwhelming – most of the information points to three keys to accessibility: Making sure mark-up is complete especially image tags, following good coding standards and good writing/using headers and overall creating a great page.



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