WebAIM Million 2024 Report Highlights Drupal's Position and Web Accessibility Trends

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Mike Gifford, a Certified Professional in Web Accessibility (CPWA), recently expressed his enthusiasm for the latest release of the WebAIM Million report for 2024. The report, a critical analysis of web accessibility across the top one million home pages, shows Drupal maintaining a strong position within the CMS landscape, albeit slightly trailing behind Typo3. A key highlight from the report is the slight improvement in the percentage of home pages with detected Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2 failures compared to 2023, details of which are encouraged to be read in the full report.

The 2024 edition notably excludes subdomains in its scan, a decision by the WebAIM team aimed at enhancing long-term results, a move explained by Curtis Wilcox to have significant implications for government and education sectors often relying on Drupal. Gifford also extends his gratitude towards Jared Smith for his leadership and contribution to the annual report, underscoring the importance of such efforts in advancing web accessibility. The full report and its findings can be explored at https://webaim.org/projects/million/. Read the full post by Mike Gifford here.

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