Accessibility 101: Web Content Guidelines


Accessibility 101 – Web Content Guidelines

Let’s talk mechanics.

Can a customer who is blind access you website or apply for a job? Learn the nuts and bolts of incorporating WCAG 2.0 standards and W3C recommendations for accessibility on your site. Ensure that controls, navigations and forms can be operated and understood by every visitor, including those who use assistive technology, and that input assistance is available when mistakes happen. We cover all the bases.


  • Non-text content
  • Audio and video-only media
  • Captions
  • Sign language
  • Alternative presentations of information
  • Use of color
  • Resizing text
  • Universal navigation
  • Keyboard functionality
  • Time requirements
  • Non-seizure-causing content

Content accessibility on the web like it’s meant to be done.




Web Content Accessibility Guidelines

Principles of Incorporating WCAG 2.0 Standards – W3C Recommendations 

Principle 1: Perceivable

-Alternative text


-Adaptable content

-Distinguishable content

Principle 2: Operable 

– Enough Time to read information

– How to design without cause of seizures

– Navigable

Principle 3: Understandable

– Readable

– Predictable- Input Assistance

Principle 4: Robust

– Compatible