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How Do I Make Sure My Texts are Accessible in Drupal?

The website has been designed and programmed to handle many of the specifications required to make web content accessible; nonetheless, it's important to keep in mind some basic guidelines such as using headings appropriately and in the right order, as well as making sure we make our links meaningful.

Visit our Web Accessibility Guidelines for details and examples →

How Do I Make Sure My Images are Accessible in Drupal?

Use alternative text, also abbreviated as alt text, to help communicate the content and/or purpose of the image. Images and graphics that include text, such as infographics, require more information to be communicated to the user to be accessible.

Event flyers are not accessible and cannot be uploaded to Drupal. Review our Events Knowledge Base Documentation in the HelpDesk on ways to create rich content that will make your event webpage stand out.

Visit the Alternative Text section of our Guidelines →

How Do I Make Sure My Documents are Accessible in Drupal?

All files uploaded to Drupal need to be accessible. While the Web Team is not responsible for making your files accessible, we have an article that provides guidance which covers how to check for accessibility, additional resources and vendors:

Visit Document Accessibility →

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