It can be difficult to know where to start if you have not implemented web accessibility before. Where do you begin and how do you finish? Some areas require time and a targeted effort whilst there are some ways in which you can improve your website accessibility right away, and at the same time conform with 3 important criteria in WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines).
Archive: March, 2013
For most e-commerce websites it is relatively straight forward to put a monetary value on visitors, and therefore, it makes sense to put an effort into search engine optimization (SEO) to get more visitors. If you are running an information only website it might be a lot harder to find out how much a visit is worth.
If Google or other search engines can’t read the content on your website, they won't show your pages in the search results.
Are you looking to attract more visitors and retain happier users of your website? If so, then read on! By conforming with a number of accessibility criteria you can not only optimize the accessibility of your website, but also ensure good usability and increased visibility in search engines (SEO).