Web accessibility refers to implementing user-friendly website features. This website enhancement occurs indiscriminately, thereby making it usable by people of all abilities. Users have equal access to all information and functionality, especially when correctly designed, developed, and edited according to the website owner's discretion. In other words, visually impaired users can effectively surf a particular website if it has enabled text-to-speech or text-to-Braille software recognition.

Enlargeable text also applies to this scenario; therefore, allowing the user to click on links with precision. Keyboard navigated websites allow users to peruse its homepage without using a standard mouse. A single switch access device may eliminate the necessity for a standard keyboard altogether. Closed-captioned videos aid the hearing impaired to fully understand the content outlined on the website. Other examples include instructional diagrams and detailed animations that aid dyslexic individuals to better understanding the content. Web accessibility combines all of the aforementioned features to cater toward a broader audience.

Accessibility Statements

Assistive Technology

The Benefits of Web Accessibility

Cognitive Disabilities

Definitions and Overviews

Web Accessibility and the Law


Plugins, PDF, PowerPoint

Testing, Checking, and Validating

Text Alternatives