Resources for Developers
This page provides a starting point for information that is particularly relevant to developers.
Get a Foundation
- Introduction to Web Accessibility
- Includes links to videos and to lots more information that you might want to read now or later.
We encourage you to read this page even if you know a lot about accessibility.
- Tips for Getting Started Developing for Web Accessibility
- Brief descriptions of some things to address for markup and coding
- Web Accessibility Tutorials
- Guidance on how to create specific components of websites to meet accessibility standards — including menus, images, tables, forms, and more.
Get Comprehensive Guidance
- Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Overview
- Helps you understand the standards and supporting materials for content.
- How to Meet WCAG 2 (Quick Reference)
- A list of the WCAG success criteria with links to Techniques and Understanding documents. In the Filters, you can choose to see only Tags related to developing content.
Get Specific Guidance
- ARIA Authoring Practices Guide (APG)
- Mobile Accessibility at W3C
- Cognitive Accessibility at W3C
- Older Users and Web Accessibility: Meeting the Needs of Ageing Web Users
- Making Audio and Video Media Accessible
Take a Free Course
The Digital Accessibility Foundations - Free Online Course page introduces a self-paced course from W3C WAI for developers and others. It is designed for technical and non-technical learners, including students, instructors, professionals, and people with disabilities. The course is free, with optional certificate.
We encourage you to look around the W3C WAI website to find other information that you might be interested in reading or sharing with others.Back to Top