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Media Access Australia Expands Their Mission

After many years advocating for digital inclusion along with auditing and remediating web and digital content so that it is accessible to people with disability, Media Access Australia is widening our scope of work.
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Is my website accessible? And what does that mean anyway?

Some people believe that having an accessible website means that it’s ‘live’ and you can access it from a computer or mobile device. Others think about ramps, lifts, access maps and disabled toilets for the physical location that a website might be pointing visitors to. The truth is, being ‘accessible’ online is a whole lot more than that. And that ‘whole lot more’ is simply not clearly understood by the majority of people who build, code, design, write, or project manage websites.
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Does illogical or non-sequential heading structure fail WCAG 2.0?

Accessibility professionals and people with disabilities have argued for years about the actual benefits of having a sequential heading order in a webpage, and whether or not the issue fails or should fail the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0). So let’s take a fresh look at the issue.
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