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I’ve been hearing a lot about website accessibility and something called a VPAT. Can you help me understand what a VPAT is and what it’s for?
I am using the new html 5 tags on my site to give it more semantics. In addition to this should they all be given the corresponding role?
I like the look of smaller text on the web. And even if the text is pretty normal size, some subheadings or small bits of info look nice if they are much smaller (thinking 12px or so). Is there a minimum font size that is allowed?
I noticed that you guys have a text re-sizer on your site. Why not just allow the user to use the browser zoom? Is one better than the other?
Is there a way that I can test the color contrast of text and graphics?
My site contains alot of artwork, graphics, and some photography. My question is whether or not I need to do anything if they don’t meet requirements. Or do they get a pass?
The company colors don’t page contrast guidelines, and the entire site is build on that color scheme. Are there any exceptions to this rule, and if now what would you suggest?
My page looks good visually, but am not sure if it’s structure is layed out properly, or if I used the right elements. How am I supposed to know, or is there not ‘one right way’ to do it?
Do logos need to follow the accessibility guidelines? Specifically color contrast, size, text, stuff like that.