Web Accessibility

Web accessibility refers to the practice of designing and developing websites and web applications that can be accessed and used by people with disabilities. This includes people with visual impairments, hearing impairments, cognitive impairments, and other disabilities. Web accessibility involves making sure that websites are easy to navigate, use clear and concise language, and include features such as alt text, captions, and keyboard navigation. Web accessibility is important for ensuring that all users can access and benefit from the content and services offered on the web. It is also a legal requirement in many countries, and failure to meet accessibility standards can result in legal penalties and damage to a company's reputation. Web accessibility is an important consideration for web developers and designers, as well as for business owners who want to reach the widest possible audience online.

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