Over the past 20 years, in my work at the community college as well as new client projects, I’ve worked on dozens of existing websites that were created without semantic HTML.
The sites all had common issues:
- Headings that used bolded paragraphs instead of heading tags like
h2, etc. to add structure
- Lists created with
- Data tables with unusual coding practices
And each project I worked on, I did my best to improve the HTML on the site.
Because it improved accessibility, allowing everyone to interact with the content.
Plus, it was easier to code and maintain the content with semantic HTML.
Which is why I’m excited about Knowbility’s online Authoring Accessibility Content Workshop on April 30, 2020. (Note: the date for the workshop has changed. It was originally planned for March 26, 2020.)
In the full-day workshop, Emily Lewis will demonstrate how to solve common accessibility issues with standardized code to build faster pages for better search engine optimization (SEO).
Read on to learn more about the workshop. Continue reading Online Workshop: Learn to Author Accessible Content