Chapter 6. CSS and Accessibility

In essence, making a website accessible means ensuring that everyone can get to everything. It does not mean everyone has to have the same experience, but it does mean there should be no piece of functionality or content that is unreachable (or inaccessible) by anyone, regardless of their individual ability, devices, browsers, or environment.

Accessibility is not checking off a list of requirements or using an automated tool to verify whether our code passes certain accessibility guidelines and validation. Although your organization might be required by law to pass certain accessibility levels (different countries have different laws governing accessibility), making sure your websites are accessible to the widest ...

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