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  • Abbreviations and Accessibility

    Posted in Digital Accessibility on April 25, 2023

    The World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) devotes a specific AAA-level Success Criterion for testers, 3.1.4 Abbreviations. To pass this criterion, any abbreviations on a webpage…

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  • Repairing PDF files when corrupted or damaged

    Posted in Document Accessibility, News on April 11, 2023

    How do you check if a PDF is corrupted? To check if a PDF file is corrupted, you can try the following methods: If none of these methods work, the…

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  • International Web Accessibility Standards

    Posted in News, Web Accessibility on April 10, 2023

    Web accessibility standards are guidelines that help ensure that websites and digital content are accessible to individuals with disabilities. These standards are designed to provide equal access to information and…

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  • What is alt text, best practices, and why is it important?

    Posted in Digital Accessibility, News on April 8, 2023

    What does alt text do? Alternative text, also known as alt-text, is a description of an image used on a website or in a document. This description is read aloud…

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  • The best ADHD productivity tools and methods to increase efficiency

    Posted in Digital Accessibility, News on April 6, 2023

    Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, commonly known as ADHD, is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects both children and adults. People with ADHD often struggle with paying attention, focusing, controlling impulsive behavior, and can…

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  • Why you need to follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)

    Posted in Digital Accessibility, News on April 4, 2023

    Following the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) is important for several reasons: By following these guidelines, designers and developers can ensure that their digital content and services are accessible to…

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  • Everything you need to know about accessibility laws

    Posted in Digital Accessibility, News on April 4, 2023

    Depending on where you work, accessibility laws vary from country to country. In this blog, we’re tackling everything you need to know about accessibility laws around the world! But first,…

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  • Does document accessibility limit the quality of the content?

    Posted in Document Accessibility, News on April 4, 2023

    With such a focus being put on accessibility and accessible content, the question comes up: Does document accessibility limit the quality of content? The simple answer? No. In fact, making…

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  • Key digital accessibility standards explained

    Posted in Digital Accessibility, News on March 7, 2023

    Depending on where you live, your country or province may have accessibility legislation in place that is based off accessibility standards. In this blog, we’re going to dive into the…

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  • What is PDF remediation and why is it important?

    Posted in Digital Accessibility, News on March 5, 2023

    GrackleDocs works in the world of digital accessibility, and we talk a lot about PDF remediation. But what does it really mean? What is PDF remediation? PDF remediation is the…

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  • Why digital accessibility is a must in today’s corporate world

    Posted in Digital Accessibility on March 4, 2023

    With so much emphasis being put on inclusion, diversity and equity, there seems to be a lack of attention put on accessibility. However, digital accessibility is a must in today’s…

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  • Testing PDF Documents for Accessibility

    Posted in Digital Accessibility, News on March 3, 2023

    Once you’ve started working on remediating a document, you will want to begin testing it to ensure it is accessible and compliant. In this blog, we’ll talk more about how…

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