Wcag 2.0

I’m new here so apologies if this has already been suggested.
I would love to see some content around implementing WCAG 2.0 standards and using things like aria-labels to facilitate screen reading. It is really always surprising to me how badly a lot of web content performs from an accessibility standpoint so I think there would be a lot to gain by training people in accessible web design early on.

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There is a little section on accessibility, aria-labels, and screen readers in the Build a Website with HTML, CSS, and Github Pages skill path. I do agree there should be more, though. Having it’s own standalone course (especially if that course could be accessible to non-Pro users) would be amazing.

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I haven’t seen a lot of people implement it, our leadership keeps putting that off because we happen to be somewhat compliant by chance (we have a blind beta user who was able to sign up and start using the app with zero help, they assume we’re compliant but we aren’t). I’m more on the QA side, if you need a tool to verify it use Pa11y.


Thanks! I’ll be sure to check that out!