Accessibility for beginners example 1 [   example 2   ] Accessibility for beginners Use the keyboard Use the tab, shift and arrow keys to navigate the site. You should be able to access all the content and functionality without using the mouse. Look at the links The link text should make sense out of context. Check for valid code Click here to visit the W3C Markup Validation Service. Enter the URL of the page you want to test and click “check“. Check that headings structure content
Click here to go to the WAVE Web Accessibility Tool Enter the URL of the page you want to test Click the arrow key You will come to an accessibility report page. The left column has a small icon document outline icon that represents the document outline. Click that and you will see the headings. They should organize what’s on the page.
Check that code is semantic
To use the WAVE Web Accessibility Tool click here Enter the URL of the page you want to test Click the arrow key In the left hand column you’ll see the option ”no styles“. Click that option and take a look at the page. Does it still make sense? If it does the chances are it’s coded semantically.