How to use this guide
This guide aims to provide a comprehensive resource for both beginners looking for a pragmatic way to dive into the world of accessibility, as well as seasoned experts wanting to extend their knowledge and embracing new inspirations. Here you will find out how to read through our guide, and how to stay up to date.
Reading through this guide
This guide encompasses a huge amount of knowledge about various topics of both theoretical and practical nature, all of which are highly relevant to developing accessible websites.
The main audience are web developers, but also testing staff, content editors, project managers, etc. may benefit from it.
To get the most out of this guide, let us explain to you how to use it best, and how you can contribute to it.
Inspired by the layout of traditional books, we worked hard to give this guide a sensible structure.
The following content elements exist:
- The top level elements are called parts. You are currently in the part titled "Introduction to our guide". In navigations, short titles are used to save space and enhance skim reading; the current part's short title is "Introduction".
- Every part contains several chapters. You are currently in the chapter titled "How to use this guide"; its short title is "How to".
- Most chapters contain several pages (and sometimes even sub pages). The current chapter does not have any of these though.
A the bottom of each content element, links to its sub-elements are displayed (if there are any). They are similar to the links in the content navigation, but display both the title and lead text of an element, supporting skim reading and providing quick navigation to interesting elements.
Browsing vs. full read
Being a comprehensive tutorial, the contents of this guide consequentially build up on each other. So we highly recommend you to start reading from the very beginning, then make your way continuously through the guide (use the Previous and Next links at the bottom to do so). Alas, internal links between different contents are provided sparingly.
However, we have given our best to make the individual content elements als self-standing and self-explanatory as possible. This allows you to browse them on their own as a quick reference. Use the content navigation to quickly access different contents.
Staying up to date
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