People who build websites sometimes choose Drupal because of its reputation for accessibility. Technically, features added to Drupal core must conform with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) WCAG 2.0 and ATAG 2.0 guidelines. That said, only a small subset of web developers could provide any specifics about those guidelines.
The first part of this article described why and how the stakeholders of a project can contribute to Drupal. This developer-oriented article is a summary of the Drupal.org documentation for new code contributors. We will cover: how to work on the issue queue, how to publish a project, and how to approach this process with […]
You know how important accessibility is, but now what? There are a lot of well intentioned sites on the internet that aren’t accessible. Is your website accessible? How do you find out? Well, it’s not as hard as it seems—and we’re here to help! Here are a few quick ways to measure the accessibility of […]
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