Welcome to the Accessibility Developer Guide!
With this pragmatic guide you'll learn how to develop and test accessible websites. It is written for physically non-impaired web developers who want to build accessible websites, but it will be useful for anyone else interested in learning about accessibility (also known under the numeronym A11y).
After being used during workshops for some time and being checked out by some selected web developers, the Accessibility Developer Guide is now publicly available to everyone interested.
Hooray! Let's make the web accessible for everybody!
This guide is open source. Contribute by clicking "Fork me on GitHub" at the bottom of this page!
This guide is heavy work in progress (and it always will be). We are providing our own opinions and best practices here. They are based on profound experience as both users and developers of websites and built upon knowledge of the official resources like WCAG 2.0.
This guide itself may not be 100% accessible. While care is taken to make this guide accessible, it has the status of "work in progress", which may also impact on the accessibility of some content. If any problems occur, please contact us and let us know.
This guide is non-profit. But we put a lot of effort into creating and maintaining it. Please show your appreciation and support us!
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