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What is a site with accessibility?
Accessibility concerns the practice of inclusion in the desing process of a website, with the goal of making the page accessible to all, regardless of physical or technological limitations.
A site developed under the concept of web accessibility uses the semantics of HTML, alternative textual descriptions corresponding to the content of the images and links appointed in the correct way. These steps can help blind or visually impaired users to obtain the support of text reading software, as well as hardware to turn text in Braille.
Web accessibility addresses standards for overcoming visual, motor, auditory, cognitive and intellectual impairments.
A well-planned project always gets good results. Take a look at a few recent, interesting cases: