Meeting the strictest accessibility standards

Posted on 11 May 2003 in Planet Bods, Web Development (No comments)

It's taken a while but I'm now proud to say that all of BodsCentral's pages are Bobby AAA approved. This means that they complying with all priority 1, 2 and 3 guidelines of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.

The final changes were made in the last few days with the renaming of the BodsCentral category in Rant 'n' Rave to 'BodsCentral Updates', and the introduction of some accesskeys. For more information on all these things, see the new accessibility policy page.

It's taken a fair amount of work to get this far, including a few changes in the way I think, but hopefully it will help make a better site all round. Plus it means I can proudly display the Bobby AAA icon on the homepage!

Now that's done, I've just got to make sure that BodsCentral continues to meet the standards, and start work on the rest of my sites!

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