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Web accessibility is an ongoing process. And that’s a good thing.

As technology and content platforms evolve, so must the steps we take to make the web as accessible as possible — for everyone.

That’s why CodeGeek is developing a number of DIY web resources to help you take your accessibility efforts to the next level.

From websites to PDFs to everything in between, our goal is to provide practical and actionable steps so that more and more people have access to your digital content.

#1 – How to Make PDFs Accessible

PDFs (Portable Document Formats) can offer many advantages, including preserving print design and making information sharing efficient.

However, PDFs can also have significant accessibility drawbacks, especially for blind or vision-impaired individuals.

–> Download How To – PDF Accessibility* for an overview of how you can make your PDFs accessible.

*Based on PDF Accessibility by Amber Hinds, CEO, Equalize Digital. Content generously shared by permission from the author.

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#2-6 – More web resources coming soon!

The Geeks are putting together 5 more DIY web resources, so visit again soon!

In the meantime, if you’ve got a resource idea, we’d love to hear about it!

Want to take web accessibility to the next level?

If you’d like help building a new accessible website, or improving the accessibility of your existing WordPress website, we’d love to chat.