Towards an accessible internet.

AnySurfer offers advice, auditing, and training to help you create accessible websites, documents and apps. Follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and improve your services for all visitors, including those who have low vision, are hard of hearing, or have difficulties using a mouse or keyboard.

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Keyboard navigation

All website functionality must be usable by keyboard. This means, among other things, that all links and form fields must be accessible by tab key and usable with the enter key.

How to write an accessibility statement

When you make efforts to produce accessible websites and apps, you are encouraged to communicate about it. This can be done by publishing an accessibility statement.

Techniques to add an alternative text to an image

Images can be made accessible by either marking them as decorative or by providing an alternative text. Which technique to choose depends on the way the image has been implemented.


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References

Since 2001 we help organisations to improve digital accessibility. Some of our clients: