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AEM: Integrating Accessibility

Section 508 is an amendment to the United States Workforce Rehabilitation Act of 1973 that is a federal law mandating that all electronic and information technology developed, procured, maintained, or used by the federal government be accessible to people with disabilities. If technology can be used as effectively by people…
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2022 AEM County Website Trainings

The Office of Information Technology will be offering monthly opportunities to take the Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) website training for new UGA Extension County Web Content Managers. The training is meant for beginning users, but can also provide current content managers with a refresher on AEM basics. 2022 Dates: Wednesday,…
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Linking to PDF Documents from WordPress

This article contains instructions for creating links to PDF documents from WordPress websites and is intended for CAES and Extension content managers. We highly recommend accessibility materials produced by WebAIM: PDF Accessibility with Acrobat, PDF Accessibility with FoxitPro, and the Accessible Documents Course. In this article: Web pages vs. PDFs…
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Accessibility Tips for WordPress Content Managers

All CAES content managers should familiarize themselves with web accessibility best practices. If you haven’t already, check out our Web Accessibility 101 and Accessibility Checklist articles. All of the best practices mentioned apply to WordPress managed sites. In this article, we’ll go over additional accessibility tips that our WordPress content…
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WordPress: Columns

Columns are a great way to set up different layouts on your page or posts. They allow you to place content side-by-side on the page. They may remind you of tables, a really old way of doing the same thing. Unlike tables though, Columns are responsive and accessible. At first…
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