Accessibility Guides and Resources
Discover these helpful guides that provide even more information on how you can improve your site’s accessibility.
Add Descriptions to Images
Provide information about the media on your site for search engines and screen readers.
Prepare Text and Graphics
Increase accessibility for visitors with limited vision by adjusting text color, background and more
Set Your Site’s Hierarchy
Help web browsers and screen readers understand how to present the content on your site.
Set Your Site’s Language
Let assistive technologies interpret your site correctly by setting the language.
Add Captions and Subtitles
Make videos and audio accessible to all site visitors with audio transcripts and subtitles.
Choose Clear Fonts
Understand which fonts you should consider using so your site can be easily read.
Optimize for Screen Readers
Prepare the order of your website for the most commonly used screen readers.
Enable Visual Indicators
Visual indicators are blue rectangles that appear around interactive elements.
Include an Accessibility Statement
Describe your site’s policy, goals, and accomplishments related to accessibility.
Make Document Files Accessible
Allow visitors to access PDF and Word documents on your site.
Using the Accessibility Wizard
Learn how use the Wizard to identify and fix accessibility issues.