Web Accessibility Principles
In WCAG 2.1, there are 4 web accessibility principles that emphasize that disabled people cannot use the web under conditions where no one is provided:
- Detectable: Information and user interface components should be presented to users in ways they can perceive.
- Actionable: The user interface components and navigation should be actionable.
- Understandable: Both information and user interface operations should be understandable.
- Robust: The content must be robust enough to be reliably interpreted by a wide range of user tools, including assistive technologies.
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Accessibility has become an important struggle of rights, including web accessibility and digital accessibility.