Start learning Web Accessibility with the w3schools course and improve your Web Development skills.
In this course you will learn how to make accessible websites. That means websites that can be used by everyone, also people with disabilities.
As web developers, we are responsible for the work we put into the world. Our work should not exclude anyone.
Time to complete: Around 15 hours Language: English Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of HTML and CSS
The course is self-paced with text based modules, practical examples and exercises to check your understanding as you progress.
Complete the learning modules and the final certification exam to get the W3Schools certification.
The course consists of the following learning modules:
- What and Why?
- Keyboard and Assistive Technologies
Learning module preview:
Each learning module guides you through learning content pages teaching you how to improve the accessibility of webpages. All the main topics have knowledge check quizzes to reinforce learning of the most important points.
Learning content preview:
Knowledge check quiz preview:
Certificate of completion
After completing all of the learning modules and knowledge check quizzes you can move on to the final certification exam.
The final certification exam consists of 70 multiple choice or true/false questions. The exam is time-limited to 70 minutes.
Candidates must have 75% correct answers to pass the exam.