As a start-up, you need all the sales you can get to survive the first few years in business. Most start-ups throw money away by not being accessible to users. Around 97% of business websites are not accessible to disabled visitors which leads to a bad user experience and can even end in lawsuits. In this article, we will look at some common website accessibility issues disabled users face when a website isn’t accessible to them and how you can make small changes to your website to make it more accessible.
Here you’ll also find the best website accessibility fixes.
How to improve the accessibility of your website
1) ALT tags