Creating more accessible web content will make your guides more usable for everyone. This list includes some basic guidelines for making sure your LibGuides content is more user-friendly.
"Headings, lists, and other structural elements provide meaning and structure to web pages. They can also facilitate keyboard navigation within the page" (WebAIM: Principles of Accessible Design).
This list is adapted from WebAIM’s Principles of Accessible Design (linked below) This list does not present all accessibility issues, but by addressing these basic principles, you will ensure greater accessibility of your LibGuides content to everyone.
The following sites are useful when checking the usability of your webpages.