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Is it bad to have underlined text on your website, even if your links are not underlined, for accessibility issues?

Yes, it is considered not a good idea to have underlined text on your website, even if your links are not underlined, due to accessibility issues. This is because underlining is a common way to indicate that a piece of … Continue reading

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How to Test the Color Contrast of Your Website for Accessibility?

A website’s success isn’t solely determined by its visual appeal and functionality—it also hinges on how accessible it is to all users, including those with visual impairments. Color contrast is a critical component of web accessibility, as it directly impacts … Continue reading

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What are some free online websites that can help us test our websites for accessibility compliance?

Accessibility compliance is important for ensuring that all users can access and use your website, regardless of their abilities. There are a number of free online websites that can help you test your website for accessibility compliance. Here are a … Continue reading

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