What are some common accessibility issues and how do I fix them?
Missing alternative text for images: Screen readers can't read images, so it's important to provide alternative text (alt text) that describes the image's content. Add alt text to all images on your website to fix this issue.
Inaccessible forms: Forms can be difficult to navigate for people with disabilities, especially if they are not labeled correctly or are missing important information. To fix this issue, ensure that all form fields are labeled properly and provide clear instructions for filling out the form.
Inadequate color contrast: Low color contrast can make it difficult for people with visual impairments to read text. Ensure sufficient color contrast between text and background colors to fix this issue.
Missing keyboard accessibility: Some people with disabilities may not be able to use a mouse, so it's important to ensure that all website functionality can be accessed using only a keyboard. To fix this issue, test your website's functionality using only a keyboard.
Inaccessible multimedia: Multimedia, such as videos and audio, can be difficult for people with hearing or visual impairments to access. To fix this issue, provide captions or transcripts for videos and audio descriptions for visual content.
Poor website navigation: Websites with complex or confusing navigation can be challenging for people with disabilities. To fix this issue, ensure your website's navigation is straightforward.