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Accessible Website Design Standards

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) was set up in October 1994 to standardise the web protocols to insure all web browsers can communicate across the same medium. Accessibility for all users of the Internet has become a large task for web designers since the introduction of new and improved web technologies, like CSS and XHTML.

“We at 42WebDesign.co.uk perform checks on XHTML and CSS code, to ensure accessibility and conformation to the standards set out by W3C.”

By following these website design standards, you can be confident that your website is built using the very latest web technologies that have been developed and tested by the leading experts in the web community.

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Why spend more time designing accessible websites?

Contrary to what many people believe, not every user has a windows computer and browses the internet using Internet Explorer! Different internet browsers, such as Firefox, Opera and Chrome to name a few, running on different operating systems interpret HTML and CSS differently. This means that if your new website may not display correctly (or in some cases, display at all) on another browser or operating system, significantly reducing the amount of people who can view your website. We spend extra time ensuring our websites meet W3C and WAI accessibility standards ensuring your website traffic does not suffer.

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