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What is WCAG Guidelines? Why should I learn about it?

What is WCAG Guidelines? Why should I learn about it?

WCAG Guidelines (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) are internationally recognized guidelines and standards that help make web content more accessible to people with disabilities.

WCAG Guidelines are organized into four principles: Perceivability, Operability, Understandability, and Robustness.

Following WCAG Guidelines can help ensure that people with disabilities are able to access and understand web content.

WCAG Guidelines provide a comprehensive list of criteria for making web content more accessible to people with disabilities.

WCAG Guidelines cover a wide range of topics, including text, images, audio, video, navigation, and keyboard access.

WCAG Guidelines are the basis for many international standards and laws that regulate web content accessibility.

WCAG Guidelines are updated periodically to reflect changes in technology and user needs.

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