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  1. Great post, very interesting and original history.

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  2. Hear, hear! Thank you for this excellent post!

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  3. Had a good read on this. Thank you so much. Hope to read more about that.

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  4. you write very well and great information you shared.

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  5. Accessibility helps the developer get the job done too. When for example you’re developing the client side and start running into errors… an accessible site will make the developer’s job much easier as the site will still be accessible without the JavaScript functioning properly, which will make debugging quite a lot easier.
    Just my 2 cents

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  6. This was a great article. Thank you.

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  7. Excellent, very easy to read

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  8. Great article. It’s true you can improve accessibility by JS, a lot of stuff you can do on the client side, it also helps in delivering the content. Thank you for mentioning the vanilla CSS, need to take a closer look on it!

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  9. This is very informative blog, Thank you so much for sharing positive taught.

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  10. I’ve facing many issues while making website there’s some accessibility issue which’s not good for my website & suddenly i found your article post about website issues this article is helpful for me.

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  11. Thanks, for the blog post.It’s true about the points you mentioned about Web accessibility.The post was very helpful.

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  12. thanks for the entry. Was nice to read. Internet is a door for the accesibility

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  13. good job

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  14. This is a timely article.

    I work as a UX specialist to ensure our software meets our corporate UI guidelines that are focused on universal usability.

    We also have an accessibility team, where the focus is making our software WCAG AA compliant—where we also have a High Contrast theme that is AAA compliant.

    The problem we face is we have peers that continue to believe that having a “beautiful” theme—visual appearance—means it cannot also be entirely accessible. The contrast ratios prevent “us” from having a demo-worthy, beautiful look-and-feel, that is competitive with what is out in the world. Thus, our AA compliant theme consists of a washed out, muted white and gray look—and the goal for the default corporate theme is a dark look, where contrast is nearly imperceptible.

    Granted, our end users will most likely change the theme of our software to their own brand, but the fallacy of that idea, naturally, frustrates those of us who have attempted to educate otherwise.

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  15. Great point that accessibility is much bigger than catering for users with disabilities. We can not possibly know all the situations our users are in. The more accessible a website the more likely all our users will be able to benefit.

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  16. Best10 beneficial post in my life. Added in my bookmarks. Great post, very interesting and original history.

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  17. Sorry, commenting is closed on this article.