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When your website is accessible, all users can access your content no matter their abilities. Visually-impaired users can visit your website using a screen reader. Those who can’t, (or prefer not to), use a mouse can navigate your site using a keyboard or other input device. Some accessibility features might also improve your SEO. When your site is inaccessible, research shows you could be excluding up to 20 percent of your users. This talk for all skill levels will review tools and techniques you can use to test and improve your site’s accessibility.

This talk by Rachel Carden at this year’s WordCamp Miami. Click here to view the presentation slides. If you’re using a screen reader to view the slides, navigate to the title of the talk at heading level three and read from there.


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