This tip is short, not technical, and aimed at organisations who have a huge number of inaccessible ‘legacy’ web pages and want to find a way to get started down the road to making them accessible. How do you start without it feeling like a frightening and over-whelming task.
One way to get started is to prioritise your pages according to their popularity with your visitors, and start by making the most popular pages of your website(s) accessible first.
This assumes of course that you have access to visitor statistics for your website – if not – then your first task is to put in place a way to gather statistics for your site(s).
Having made a start, you can then plan to ensure that all of your pages are made accessible – including of course – those you are creating today.
I provided feedback on the WCAG 2 (as representative of Guild of Accessible Website Designers) have two decades of experience and worked with hundreds of organisations.
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