Common Accessibility Errors on County Websites: Insights by Aaron Armstrong


The blog post by Aaron Armstrong on Promet Source highlights the five most common accessibility errors found on county websites, focusing on the largest 13 in the United States. The errors include poor color contrast, missing descriptive alternative text for images, unnamed buttons, unlabeled form fields, and duplicate IDs, which collectively create significant barriers for people with disabilities.

Armstrong emphasizes the importance of regular accessibility audits to maintain compliance with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.2. The piece also underscores the role of automated testing tools in identifying these errors and suggests utilizing Drupal's Webform module to enhance form accessibility. This analysis aims to guide county officials and web administrators in creating more inclusive and accessible web experiences for all citizens.

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