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strategies, guidelines, and resources to
make the Web accessible to people with disabilities

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Getting Started

The WAI works with organizations around the world to develop guidelines and supporting resources to help make the Web accessible for people with disabilities.

Introduction to Accessibility
Briefly introduces Web accessibility and links to additional resources.
Interdependent Components of Web Accessibility
Shows how Web accessibility depends on several components working together and shows the relationship between the WAI guidelines: Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines (ATAG), and User Agent Accessibility Guidelines (UAAG).
How People Use the Web (Working Draft)
Describes how different disabilities affect Web use and accessibility requirements for people with different kinds of disabilities, and includes scenarios of people with disabilities using the Web.
Quick Tips
Ten tips for making Web sites accessible, available as a business-card-sized reference card. Ordering Quick Tips Cards. Quick Tips Translations.