Three tips for using the web developer toolbar to help check for accessibility issues on your website.
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A short guide to how and why you should validate your code.
Checking colour contrast
This is a quick guide on how to check the colour contrast on your website. A simple way to check colour combinations meet the requirements set by version two of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
Understanding the purpose of an image using alt text
A quick tutorial on how to provide alt text for different sorts of images in such a way that people using assistive technologies will be able to understand the purpose of the image.
Keyboard accessibility quick tip
A quick accessibility tip to help you make sure your web pages aren't reliant on someone using just a mouse and can be operated by someone using a keyboard instead.
How ARIA landmark roles help screen reader users
This video from Nomensa demonstrates how ARIA landmark roles help screen reader users understand the purpose of different areas of a web page, such as search, navigation or main content.
Using the lang attribute
The third in a series of How To guides from Nomensa. Matt Lawson, Web Developer at Nomensa discusses how to use the lang attribute to specify the language of your website and individual elements on a page.
Order of Content
The second installment from Nomensa's How To guides. Emily Coward, Senior Web Developer at Nomensa discusses the importance of making sure the order of content on a website is logical to ensure that it makes sense when it's read through from top to bottom by someone using a screen reader.