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2.4.4: Link Purpose (In Context)

One of the Level A Success Criteria of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) states that users should be able to determine the purpose of each link on a website from the link text alone, or from the link text together with its programmatically determined context.

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Use of Colour for Accessibility

Use of Colour is the name of a Level A success criterion in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). Level A criteria means that any website or app that fails to meet these guidelines – in this case, any website or app that fails to use colour in a way that is accessible for all

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Did you know every iPhone is accessible?

Back in 2009 when Apple launched the iPhone 3GS they also unveiled their accessibility features such as VoiceOVer, Zoom, White on Black colour Invert and Mono Audio. While VoiceOver was available to Mac users since Tiger in 2005 this iOS release in 2009 was the start of Apple’s mobile accessibility journey which allowed people with

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Automated Tools – Lighthouse, Deque axe, WAVE & AccessiBe

Automated accessibility Tools are software, plugins and code all designed to audit and maintain your website or applications accessibility rating. They measure your product against the current WCAG 2.1 web standards. They can perform surface level tests where they will perform checks against the WCAG 2.1 criteria such as images, colour contrast and heading structure.