How to build accessible web forms

A presentation by Rachel Cherry
Director, WPCampus

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Building an HTML web form is one of the more complex tasks presented to web developers. Using a variety of controls, they provide a ballet of content and functionality that can be vital to how users interact with your website and communicate with your organization. Making web forms accessible, however, can be a challenge. Are your form controls accessible by the keyboard? Are they labeled properly for screen readers? Do you flag submission errors? There’s a lot to consider. Join me for an overview of accessible web form development, including common problems, what to include, and how to properly test. Learn how to create form interactions that are accessible and enjoyable.

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