HTML is Good for Accessibility

by Vanjana Arya CEO

Web content can be made accessible as well as effective if we make sure that correct HTML elements have been used for the correct purpose all times on the websites. Here are some points through which HTML can be used with maximum accessibility. We can use a combination of CSS and JavaScript in order to make about any HTML element behavior in the way we want.

Semantic HTML for WooCommerce Development India does not take longer time in order to write in comparison to the non semantic mark up of we do it with more consistency from the starting of our project as well as it also has multiple benefits beyond the accessibility. 

Easy to develop: We can get some functionality for free through HTML along with it is easier to understand.

Better on mobile: Semantic HTML is lighter in the file size in comparison to the non semantic code as well as easy to make responsive.

Goof for SEO: Search engines are very helpful in giving more importance to the keywords inside the headings as well as links etc. in comparison to keywords which are included in the non semantic etc. so our documents should be more findable by the customers.

So good semantics are very important in HTML for SEO Company Jaipur and that’s why we should use the right HTML element for the right job and it cannot be ignored. It is one of the main places which accessibility is broken if they have not handled properly. In case of web, most of the people do some very strange things with the HTML markup. There are some abuses in the HTML because of the legacy practices which have not been completely broken as well as some are plain ignorance.

In any of the case, we should remember replacing such kinds of bad code wherever we see them. Sometimes we are not always in the position for getting rid of the bad mark-up as our pages can be generated by the some kind of server side framework on which we do not have whole control or we may have third party content on the page.

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About Vanjana Arya Advanced   CEO

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Created on Jul 23rd 2018 02:01. Viewed 274 times.


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