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"Websites should be designed so they can be viewed with the color and font sizes set in users’ web browsers and operating systems. Users with low vision must be able to specify the text and background colors as well as the font sizes needed to see webpage content."
I've also read that proving alt tags for images is helpful, but there is also a “longdesc” tag for images that need a longer description. Is there a simple way to add a longdesc tag?
Another tip from the ADA is a include a “skip navigation” link at the top of webpages that allows people who use screen readers to ignore navigation links and skip directly to webpage content. Is it possible for me to incorporate that into my site?
Is there a way to add a descriptive html tag to buttons?