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What are some additional resources I can use to confirm that my profile is accessible?
What are some additional resources I can use to confirm that my profile is accessible?

Complying with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Level AA is crucial, here are some resources you can use that can help.

Katrina Grein-Topken avatar
Written by Katrina Grein-Topken
Updated over a week ago

While GiveGab is constantly updating its platform with enhanced functionality and innovative features to ensure that the site is accessible for all, all of our nonprofits are able to customize their own profiles and format the content that is in their profiles.

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) had developed the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), and can provide a wealth of information on how you can help keep your profile on GiveGab and our Giving Day sites accessible.

If you'd like to read the article that goes into the text portion of your profile more in-depth, please click here.

If you'd like to read the article that goes into the media, images, and videos portion of your profile more in-depth, please click here.
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Below, please find our list of external resources on accessibility that we referenced throughout this series:

General overview of WCAG and resources provided by WCAG

Another overview, from the University of California, Berkeley

Checking the contrast of your page, which should have a minimum of 4.5:1

Adding your own captions or subtitles on a YouTube or Vimeo video

Adding alternate text to an image is critical for individuals using a screen reader

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