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What Is Perceivability in Web Accessibility? WCAG Principles Explained

The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) are the leading international standards for accessible web design. Understanding how these guidelines are organized can make them easier to implement, and luckily, they have a very clear system of organization: Each of the standards contributes to one of four overarching principles. According to WCAG, accessible website design should be Perceivable, Operable, Understandable, and Robust for all users — including the 25% of US adults who have disabilities. 

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Originally published as What Is Perceivability in Web Accessibility? WCAG Principles Explained at Digital Accessibility Blog

Disability News Wire Enters Open Beta Testing

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Disability News Wire has entered beta testing with an early release of its Internet wire service for the Disability Community. Our goal is to bring…

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