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One of the most basic techniques of web accessibility is adding alternative texts to images. It is possibly the single biggest thing you can do to make your site more accessible.
Accessibility Terminology
Inaccessible forms can affect a wide array of disabilities and create unnecessary barriers for what could be loyal website visitors and customers. Here are 5 ways to build more accessible forms.
Image captioning in WYSIWYG
I recently had the opportunity to explore popular methods of adding captions to images inside the WYSIWYG editor using the setup of WYSIWYG module...
Why website accessibility matters
I started taking notice of how family and friends (who I don't consider disabled in any way) were using their computers. A good friend of mine has a hand tremor which makes it difficult to be precise with the mouse. My grandpa had difficulty seeing small text on the monitor. These were things I could and should be building for. This new awareness is what caused me to dive into website accessibility and universal design in general. And here are a few reasons for you to make it a priority as well.
5 tips to make your site more accessible
Web accessibility is about making websites accessible to people with disabilities. Those disabilities include everything from blindness and varying...
I had a task. It seemed simple enough. It involved a link field with a title and a url (created by the Link module) and a single on/off checkbox...
Getting started in Drupal can be daunting. The first hurdle most people encounter is the terminology Drupal uses. Some terms may be completely...