Appendix: Accessibility

work-in-progress

This page will describe how to markup your page with semantic HTML that will allow readers using assistive technology to easily navigate your content.

Why are we making sure that content can be reviewed by everyone? Because of course you want to reach the most users in the most equitable way, but also so that your website conforms to the British Columbia’s Accessibility Directorate. Accessibility standards are currently being developed that will address both removing barriers and preventing them from being created in a document (“born accessible”)

Further detail about HTML5 semantic coding practices: Descriptive Subsubhead H3

Making use of modern conventions of HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) works with assistive technology

Many of the guidelines are informed by NNELS: Accessible Publishing Best Practices, adapted for websites, complemented by further resources from: