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As we navigate the physical world, most of us have some awareness about accessibility features in place to help the disabled: ramps, elevators and lifts, adapted washrooms, and parking spaces close to buildings. However, far fewer people are aware of the equivalent features for websites. When website accessibility features are neglected, it can prevent people with visual disabilities and the deaf or hard-of-hearing from having a useful browsing experience. Imagine visiting a website and finding the following:

* All the images look like a grey square to you, because you are red-green colorblind.

* The content includes podcasts and videos that you can’t hear, because of an auditory disability.

* The font is too small for you to read.

The Accessibility Testing – project aims to make more accessible, and ultimately to bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to more people than ever.

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