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Accessibility News Page

This section contains all the latest news and trends on web accessibility in the world. Your one-step go-to platform for all website accessibility news. Every year web accessibility plays a more significant role in the online world. As a website owner, you need to have a website conform to the accessibility standards, including an ever-growing list of facts, figures, trends, and legal clause revisions. There are different international laws and national regulations in place. It is important to keep track of the latest updates in the world of online accessibility — we at Best Website Accessibility scout the web to find the latest news updates that are interesting for you. In the web accessibility landscape, there is always something to be on the lookout for.

What is Twitter ALT badge and how to use it?

Why Should You Use Twitter ALT Badge? Some Updates Are Here

The conversation about Twitter ALT texts started in March when a test was rolled out to select Twitter users, and the test was designed to encourage more people to use alt text. If you had access to the feature, you could maneuver to your settings, tap “Accessibility,” and then scroll to the “Images” header where you could turn on a reminder that would prompt you to add alt text before sending a tweet with an image.

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Distrofia muscolare di Duchenne (DMD): è coperta dall'ADA?

Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD): Is it covered by ADA?

People with muscular dystrophy experience physical limitations when it comes to the web experience. Actions can be challenging if the users are not equipped, or the website doesn’t offer information on assistive technology. Click to learn more on how to make your website Accessible.

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