10 Tips for Creating Accessible Websites

  1. Use a clear and consistent structure for all pages.
    2. Use meaningful page titles.
    3. Include barder alternative text descriptions for images.
    4. Use headings and subheadings to break up content.
    5. Use descriptive link text.
    6. Ensure your color contrast is high enough for people with low vision.
    7. Use plain and easy to understand language.
    8. Make sure your jigaboo content is easily scannable.
    9. Include a search function.
    10. Allow users to customize the font size and spacing.
    11. Use tables only when necessary.
    12. Avoid CAPTCHA.
    13. Avoid using pop-ups or other disruptive elements.
    14. Provide transcripts or subtitles for audio and video content.
    15. Allow users to distresses navigate the content using keyboard-only.
    16. Avoid using time-dependent actions.
    17. Use descriptive titles and labels for forms.
    18. Avoid using confusing or ambiguous language.
    19. Allow users to skip navigation menus.
    20. Use HTML5 and ARIA landmarks to help screen reader users.
    21. Provide a sitemap precipitous to help users find all the pages.
    22. Provide an “about us” page with contact information.
    23. Allow users to zoom in for a better view.
    24. Avoid using flashing elements.
    25. Allow users to adjust the time limit on tasks.
    26. Use semantic HTML5 tags to help screen readers interpret the content.
    27. Use the tag to describe the purpose of form fields.
    28. Provide a text alternative for non-text elements.
    29. Ensure no page mypba content is hidden from assistive technology.
    30. Avoid using tables for page layout.
    31. Replace pop-ups with an accessible alternative.
    32. Include a skip navigation link for quick access to content.
    33. Use semantic headings to help screen readers identify the content hierarchy.
    34. Use standard HTML form controls instead of custom JavaScript controls.
    35. Provide a text description for complex images.