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How to Test Your Website for Accessibility

Website accessibility has been increasingly getting more attention over the past five years due to the website accessibility lawsuits that have occurred. You can take steps right now to check your website for accessibility issues.

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What to Expect With InDesign File Remediation

When you need to have an InDesign file remediated and made into an accessible PDF, it’s helpful to know what information to share with the remediator as well as what to expect with InDesign file remediation.

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How to Write Image Alt-text

Many organizations know that it’s important to add Alt-text to images to make them accessible to people with a visual disability. But they don’t necessarily know how to write Alt-text or what the best practices are. Find out 10 tips for how to write image Alt-text the right way.

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Why Acrobat’s Accessibility Checker Is Not Enough

Acrobat’s built-in accessibility checker is a useful tool for finding some accessibility errors. But it can only detect some potential accessibility issues. Find out why Acrobat’s accessibility checker isn’t enough for checking the accessibility of your documents.

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7 Reasons Your Organization Needs Accessibility

Many organizations don’t consider accessibility unless it’s a legal requirement with Section 508 or the ADA or until they face a legal problem related to it. But there are so many ways your organization can benefit from making its documents and website accessible. Find out 7 reasons your organization needs accessibility.

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