Some of your users have problems understanding the structure of your website. Help them out by adding things like breadcrumbs to show them where they are.
You already know that flashing content can cause seizures – that’s why there are warnings on the news. Don’t put any flashing content on your website.
Sometimes your website needs to ask users to re-authenticate for their security. You can help your users by saving all information entered by the user.
Some of your users will have difficulty with their focus and attention; interrupting their experience may stop them understanding your content.
Some of your users will need longer to read and understand the content on your website – ensure no part of your website enforces a time limit on users.
Simply put, websites that have any element of mouse pointer-controlled content cannot pass this guideline. Find out why you might not be be AAA compliant.
Images of text also cause problems for your users. To really help your users, you should avoid using any images of text on your website.
Allowing your users to select from a range of visual presentation options will help them to get the best from your website.
If you have pre-recorded (not live) video or audio-only content, keep background noise to a minimum so that the speaking voices can be heard.
All of your users will benefit from a clear contrast between the text on your website and the background colour. The contrast ratio you should use is 7:1.