Enhancing Accessibility on Your Drupal Site: Best Practices and Tools

Enhancing Accessibility on Your Drupal Site: Best Practices and Tools

The article "Enhancing Accessibility on Your Drupal Site" from OPTASY highlights the importance of making Drupal websites accessible to users with disabilities. It covers key practices like using semantic HTML5, ARIA roles, and inline form errors. It also emphasizes adherence to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) and the integration of accessibility features in Drupal's core themes and Layout Builder. The article underscores the need for continuous testing and updates to maintain compliance with evolving standards and provides tools and tips for enhancing website accessibility.

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