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Where can I learn more about web accessibility?

Accessibility in web design means creating web pages that everyone can use, including those who cannot see or use a mouse, deaf users whose first language is sign language and not your native spoken language, and people who use special assistive software or hardware to access the Web. These people need access to web pages, and as a web site owner, you need to know about accessibility.

If you are contributing content to any Georgia State online resource you should be familiar with and use web accessibility standards in your work.  The article below is an introduction to this practice and can assist you in learning more about the standards as they pertain to the World Wide Web in general:

If you are contributing content specifically to a website, you can learn more from the organization responsible for the WordPress framework. The article below is for newcomers, but it's also good as a refresher for people who have been writing, designing and developing for years:

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