Web Accessibility: Semantic Structure and Navigation

Resource Type: 
BuckeyeLearn Module
Resource Category: 
Web Accessibility
Audience: 
QA testers, Web designers, Web developers

Semantic structure is the bedrock of accessible markup. Screen readers rely on the meaning of HTML elements and attributes to convey information to blind users. It is through the semantic markup that browsers are able to parse accessibility cues and information through the accessibility API and pass that information on to users, through assistive technologies, such as screen readers.

Duration: 
105 minutes