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"The power of the Web is in its universality" - Tim Berners-Lee
Web Accessibility is about enabling the many ways that people choose to access and use the Internet, and considers:
The WAI is part of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the international standards setting body that develops the open standards on which the foundations of all accessible websites are built.
Web accessibility starts with knowledge and grows with engagement. The WAI community is wide and varied and welcomes participation from anyone interested in web accessibility.
WAI Guidelines provide the framework for accessibility for:
WAI Resources provide materials about accessibility for:
For everything you need to know about web accessibility, start at the home of WAI:
To find out how you can participate in WAI activities and groups, visit: