Accessibility Best Practices for Content Editors

Michelle W.
Accessibility Lead
Jan
12
2016

Accessibility Best Practices for Content Editors

Accessibility

Keeping up with web accessibility standards means making your website available to all users. It starts with building accessibility into your site from the very beginning and continues with the content editors responsible for making everyday updates.

We’re excited to release our latest ebook that covers proven techniques for content editors to maintain website accessibility. In this resource, you’ll learn quick tips for formatting content and images. We’ve also included a handy checklist to guide you through simple steps to publishing more accessible web content.

Sections include:

  • 5 accessibility best practices every content editor should know

  • Tips for working in the WYSIWYG

  • How to test your web content for accessibility

Simply put, following accessibility best practices is the smart thing to do. Ultimately, this will improve usability not only for users with disabilities but for everyone who visits your site. 

We hope that you find this ebook to be a valuable resource toward your organization's accessibility efforts. 


About the Author

Mediacurrent’s Accessibility Lead Michelle Williamson was recently published in a Website Magazine feature, Advice from the Pros: Designing for Web Accessibility. As Mediacurrent's resident expert on all things accessible, she can be found blogging about web accessibility terminologyaccessible name properties, legal liability issues, and more.

Accessibility Best Practices for Content Editors ebook: link to download the ebook

Additional Resources
5 Tips To Make Your Site More Accessible | Blog Post
The Business Benefits of Drupal 8 | Webinar Presentation
Designing Websites for Everyone | Blog Post

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