Dummies’ Guide to Web Accessibility for Disabled People

There isn’t a need for individual websites to install technologies to assist people with disability. What’s needed is to ensure the website is compatible
with tools that people with disabilities use.

For instance, if a blind person is visiting a website means he or she is switching on the browser, and typing the web address in the address bar. This means the person already has a tool that helps logging onto the website. Moreover, disabled persons use several websites like everybody, hence they don’t need any special software to access the website. In fact, by doing so, one would be making the process tedious for them.

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