Why headings and subheadings are vital to accessibility …and are not styling tools.
Headings and subheadings are a way to build up structure to a page but most websites don’t use them or do it badly. Here’s how to get it right.
Council Precepts and Website Budgets
Budgeting in a councils precept for website WCAG compliance is now so important – here’s how to make sure you budget correctly.
Parish Council and Village Websites – they both must comply with WCAG 2.1AA and here’s why…
Parish council websites are often on shared space with village or community websites but this is now a problem. Unless the village site can meet WCAG1.2AA compliance, the council faces getting a new website of their own. We explain why.
Does your website accessibility solution use a plugin that can be turned on and off?
If so, you’ve still got an accessibility problem. In this article we will address the question of why using a plugin or widget will not meet your website accessibility requirements.