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5 Ways Businesses Can Improve Web Accessibility standard

Today, most people depend on the Internet to find information and access various products and services. For this reason, many companies have created sites where their clients can reach them easily. With the help of a web page, firms can also expand their customer base significantly by exposing them to worldwide consumers. As a result, the enterprise is more likely to see an improvement in its revenue. In addition, it could also boost their profitability and enhance growth as well. What Limits Excellent User Experience on a Website? Despite the several advantages the Internet offers customers, many sites aren’t accessible, especially to people living with disabilities. Some factors hindering excellent user experience (UX) on a web page are low vision, blindness, as ...

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Google Launches New Version of it’s Mobile-Friendly Test image

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These days, mobile web searches are significantly increasing so it’s extremely important to have a mobile website that functions efficiently on smartphones. It’s very important to create a mobile-friendly website that looks like the image below on the right. Information is more accessible and at the touch of a button rather than having to pinch and zoom in on a small screen to find what you are looking for. Google’s new mobile-friendly tool provides 3 different scores for your website: Overall mobile-friendliness score Mobile page speed score Desktop page speed score The overall mobile-friendliness score is now ranked on a scale from 0 to 100 instead of simply saying if your website is mobile-friendly or if it isn’t. Along with receiving this overall ...

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Google’s Mobile Friendly Label and Mobile-Friendly Test image

Yesterday, Google made a huge mobile announcement in an effort to further encourage webmasters to make their websites mobile-friendly. Here are some key updates outlined in their announcement: Google will add a "mobile-friendly" label on eligible websites in mobile search results Google is now offering a new tool, the Mobile-Friendly Test Updated information to help you create or improve your mobile website in their Webmasters Mobile Guide Mobile-Friendly Label in Google Search Results Over the next few weeks, Google will be rolling out their new "mobile-friendly" label on eligible websites for searches conducted on a mobile phone. This label is another step in Google's efforts to improve the mobile web experience and encourage webmasters to create or improve mobile-friendly websites. Here is an example of what the label ...

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