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Getting started with accessibility

See what you need to do to make your webpages meet accessibility guidelines.

Published February 2021

Are PDFs accessible?

Find out when to use PDFs online, when to avoid them, and what the alternatives are

Published February 2021

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A to Z index

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A

Abbreviations

Should I use abbreviations?

Acronyms

Should I use acronyms?

Audio

How do I make audio files accessible?

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B

Bold

Should I use bold text?

Bullet points

What's the best way to do bullet points?

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C

Capital letters

Should I write in all-caps?

Colours

Using colours accessibly

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D

Documents

Are documents accessible?

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E

Excel

How to make Microsoft Office documents accessible (Microsoft.com)

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F

Formatting text

How should I format text properly?

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H

Headings

What's the right way to use headings?

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I

Icons

Use Font Awesome for icons

Italics

Should I italicise text?

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L

Language barrier

What about my international audience?

Language tags

How should I format text in other languages?

Length of content

How to do links accessibly

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M

Microsoft Office

How to make Microsoft Office documents accessible (Microsoft.com)

Moodle

How to make Moodle spaces accessible

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O

OneNote

How to make Microsoft Office documents accessible (Microsoft.com)

Outlook

How to make Microsoft Office documents accessible (Microsoft.com)

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P

Paragraph length

How long should a paragraph be?

PDFs

Are PDFs accessible?

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R

Readability

How do I measure readability?

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S

Sentence length

How long should a sentence be?

Social media

What about social media?

Structure

How should I structure a page?

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V

Video

How do I create accessible videos?

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W

Word

How to make Microsoft Office documents accessible (Microsoft.com)

Writing for the web
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