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Website accessibility

Website 'accessibility' is one of the buzzwords on the Internet right now and it refers to meeting a set of website design guidelines and standards that enable your site to be used by as wide a range of users as possible, including those with disabilities. There are a number of good reasons to make your website accessible, including:

Making your site accessible to users can vary in difficulty, depending on how your site was originally designed and its size and complexity. Websites which are designed with well structured HTML tend to present fewer problems than sites which rely heavily on graphics and 'tables' for their presentation.

There are a variety of reports and checklists that you can use to evaluate and improve your site's accessibility - the following resources were particularly useful:

If you would like to know more about how your website performs, we can offer a more detailed evaluation of your website's current situation and include recommendations on making your site accessible. This evaluation will identify aspects of your website which may discriminate against disabled users.

This evaluation will address some or all of the following areas, depending on your situation:

If you would like us to implement a report on your site's accessibility, please contact us for more information and a quote, since the cost of this report will depend on the size and complexity of your site. Alternatively, request our FREE marketing assessment to get some ideas of how your business can take another step forward on the Internet.