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How to Have an Accessible Website

A great website only matters if it works for everyone — but what does that really mean?

For many of us, it’s as simple as reading and clicking, a user experience we presume to be universal.

In reality, there are myriad ways a website can be inaccessible to people.

Whether it’s visual impairment, hearing impairments, neurodivergence, or countless other things — the notion of a universal user experience can be a harmful myth, that prevents everyone from enjoying and using your website. 

To have a fully accessible website there are numerous factors that need to be considered. This post will take a look at some of the examples of how accessibility works in practice, and what can be done to make websites more accessible.

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HIRED: Website Designer/Developer

We have an opening at Radar Hill for a Website Designer/Developer.

If you are an experienced, intelligent, enthusiastic individual with complete fluency in advanced CSS and HTML 5, a passion for great website design, borderline OCD for web technologies and a frequent user of validation tools, we want to hear from you! Continue reading

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HIRED: Website Designer Committed to AWESOMENESS

We have an opening at Radar Hill for a Website Designer Committed to AWESOMENESS. Continue reading

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Overlapping Menu Items

Menu items mouse over state overlaps

Menu items mouse over state overlaps

With one of our latest designs that we are currently developing, we have come across the issue of menu items needing to overlap each other.  Normally we don’t run into this problem as our navigation items would just line up next to each other without any overlap. So I set out to achieve the effect using standards compliant XHTML and CSS only (no javascript) that worked in all major browsers.

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