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The Four Principles of Accessibility

The four principles of accessibility are the key factors to consider when building accessible web pages. They are the basic requirements that must be met in order for users to be able to make sense of a web page. If you don’t considering these factors, your site may fail to meet the needs of your users and you could lose business. The four principles are perceivable, operable, understandable and robust. Perceivable This means that content must be presented in a way that it…

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