Exploring Drupal Accessibility and WCAG: Part 2 - Navigation

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Dutch Open Projects (DOP) has released the second instalment of their series on Drupal, accessibility, and WCAG, focusing on navigation. Authored by Rolf Meijer, this part delves into the accessibility and WCAG compliance of Drupal's navigation elements, such as menus, breadcrumbs, and links. 

The primary goal of Drupal is to adhere to WCAG 2.1 AA standards, ensuring accessibility for all users. The blog post highlights the importance of providing multiple navigation options, including menus, search functionalities, and sitemaps. Overall, Drupal's navigation features exhibit good accessibility and comply with WCAG standards, particularly in version 10.3. Read the full blog post for comprehensive insights into Drupal's navigation accessibility.

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