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Here you may find several written different guides about all the International Web Accessibility Compliance Standards and Regulations.


We are living closely with digital technology for over 30 years. We are at a point that with a push of a button we may access millions if not billions of information. Nowadays, for most of us, this is perceived as a fact. But have we ever think how life would be without web usability and accessibility?

What does web accessibility mean? Web accessibility includes any limitations that affect the ability to perceive, comprehend, navigate, and engage with the Web.

In 2021 this should not be the case anymore. Businesses, individuals, and society all gain from making the internet more accessible. To understand the common barriers and to know what is required for accessibility, international web standards and compliance rules were created.

WCAG Compliance Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 2.1

WCAG 2.1 Compliance: Web Content Accessibility Guidelines

As a website owner, you probably have heard about web accessibility compliance. For both public and private websites, there are international standards for accessibility. Different countries have set their regulations, but there is one leading guideline everyone follows: WC...

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AODA Compliance Requirements For Canadian Websites

The AODA compliance standards have been in full swing since 2005. The organization has taken necessary steps to ensure that every person with a disability is welcome in society and can access the same resources as persons without a disability.

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ADA Compliance Americans with Disabilities Act

ADA Compliance Checklist: Complete Website Guidelines for 2022

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) passed in 1990, is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination among American citizens who live the mainstream life and people with impairments. ADA compliance is necessary as this prohibits being bias based on disability. The gove...

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What is Section 508 Compliance? Web Accessibility Explained

Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act requires all data and information on federal government websites to be accessible, especially to people with disabilities. The scope and limitations of this section have continued to develop through various interpretations and revisions...

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