An easy accessibility is what a good web-page should have


How do we often stay on a website which let us navigate more and more inside the website? Answer is often ‘not much’; this is because we don’t want to waste our time and resources. One Stop Media understands these options so we concluded to a list where we offer quality and easy accessibility options to the visitors of a website developed by us. Moreover, it tries to fulfil all the needs at a single point and each website is created keeping in mind the basic and complex requirements of all the website visitors. Thereby the navigations are easy, entertaining, and informative which generally makes the website visitor glued to the website.

One Stop Media provides meaning to the information on the webpage using semantic mark-up to structure HTML content. It not only helps Google to understand the requirement of your website and its content but also helps with a consistent design of the WebPages throughout the website using CSS structuring. With this assistive technology users find website easy to assess and more user friendly.

Understanding the power of the text in the website is very important now-a-days. One Stop Media tests your text in a console browser like Lynx, which allow us to read content in read only mode where we can actually observe how the text is going to appear to search engine’s spiders and robots while crawling. We need to understand why the structuring of the website is important when it comes to right/left columns, header, footer, images, text etc. Lynx will tell you everything.

Another test to the accessibility of a website is how we navigate without any device except keyboard. Easy and smooth navigation of a website by cutting off all the loading time problems, it is necessary to try navigation using a limited device. Believe us you will be helping people.

To conclude all the accessibility session of this blog, we would like to add the final step where we check and pass the website is with the responsiveness. Responsiveness of a website means, a user can view the same website on desktop (no matter of screen size), Ipad, tablet, phone, laptops etc. It is not an easy task as we need to make alteration to the documents to a relative HTML or RTF because some of the browsers don’t show their stability with Adobe Reader Suite.

The really annoying part with many of these suggestions though, is that they should not be part of an attempt to make sites accessible, they should be an ingrained technique for creating good web sites.

These simple ideas to create an accessible, structured, and valid web site not only help out users of assistive technologies, they also help out the dark arts of search engine optimisation.

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