A website is considered accessible if it is reasonably possible for any visitor to access its content, regardless of physical abilities or technologies used. For example, a blind or partially sighted visitor should be able to access your site and read its content using an assistive technology, such as a screen reader.
Come to us for a bespoke build and your new website's accessibility will be tested, as standard, against at least the Priority 1 checklist of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 1.0. We also test all of our sites in the most popular web browsers of the day (currently: Firefox; Chrome; Internet Explorer; Safari & Opera) to ensure a consistent visitor experience, regardless of platform.
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