Accessibility: Website Structure and Comprehension
Accessibility can be added on at the end or it could form the foundation of all your projects. This course will help you build robust and semantic websites that can be used by absolutely everybody.
What you'll learn
As web development gets more complex, more users on assistive technology become cut off from the content of the web. In this course, Accessibility: Website Structure and Comprehension, you’ll revisit the foundations of web development to prevent accessibility problems before they start. First, you’ll explore good semantic markup and structure. Next, you’ll discover how to make web interactions comprehensible. Finally, you’ll learn how to create user interfaces perceivable by users with a wide range of abilities. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the deep understanding of accessibility needed to create websites for everybody.
Table of contents
- Elements of Comprehensible Structure 1m
- Clean Markup 5m
- Page Navigation — Sighted and Unsighted 2m
- Page Navigation — Landmarks and Headlines 6m
- Page Navigation — Bypass Blocks 2m
- Site Navigation — Structure and Semantics 3m
- Site Navigation — Current Page 2m
- Site Navigation — Multiple Ways 3m
- Link Purpose 3m
- Text Alternatives 3m
- Module Summary 2m