Creating Accessibility friendly blog content is as simple as following this Accessibility Checklist.
Does your article include any of these components:
- Introduce all acronyms the first time they are used in a post.
- Elaborate and explain technical terms or industry jargon words.
- Do not use “Click here”, “Here”, “More”
- Use meaningful and descriptive links that can be understood out of context.
- Set hyperlinks to open in the same window
- Denote links that open in new windows by appending “(opens in new window)”
- Instead of formatting, use heading levels and tags to indicate headings.
- Use ordered (numbered) or unordered (bullet point) lists to identify bullet points.
- Always provide an alternative text (you can use null if no alternative text is appropriate)
- Add a title (optional)
- Provide a transcript (do not use PDF, use xhmtl instead)
- Provide captions (http://www.universalsubtitles.org/)
- Provide a transcript (optional)
- Use blockquote functions and tags to identify longer quotes