This guide is intended to make accessibility more accessible.
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) is a list of recommendations to address known challenges people with disabilities face on the internet. Organized by levels, businesses should aspire to be WCAG level AA-compliant to deliver an appropriate experience for all users. Unfortunately, the WCAG can be a bit technical and overwhelming. This guide is intended to simplify each recommendation and suggest possible solutions.
This guide is written specifically for the HubSpot CMS. The explanations here may be adapted or interpreted for other content management systems but please do so with caution.
While there are many tools to help with addressing accessibility, AudioEye is our recommended accessibility testing, remediation, and monitoring solution. The barriers described in this guide may be more easily achieved by leveraging an AudioEye Managed subscription. To understand how AudioEye resolves or aids in resolving accessibility issues, each WCAG Success Criteria outlined below and organized as follows:
- A bright green check indicates "Consistently resolved with AudioEye Managed"
- A mustard-yellow dash indicates "Partially resolved or detected with AudioEye Managed but may require some manual intervention"
- A bright red "X" indicates "Not resolved with AudioEye Managed and requires full manual management"
- A grey circle indicates "Not applicable if you are aiming for WCAG 2.1 level AA compliance"
Morey Creative Studios is an affiliate of audioeye.com and is compensated for traffic sent to their website that results in business. Learn why we recommend this solution above all others.
For general questions on our accessibility efforts or services, please contact us here. For questions on how to resolve specific success criteria, please comment on the individual articles.