St. Edward's expects all websites on to be accessible. By default, our CMS templates take care of many compliance issues for you. But if you maintain one or more websites at SEU, you should learn and understand the basic rules of accessibility and your role in keeping your site accessible.

Educate your team and designate time to test

Make sure your team is aware of SEU's accessibility testing tools, and consult SiteImprove to mitigate accessibility issues.

Provide a clear way for users to communicate problems with your site

Keep all lines of communication open, and make it easy for users to contact you. If phone or email contact is not preferred, consider building a contact form in Google Forms or Qualtrics.

Test your site frequently

Take advantage of accessibility testing tools and SiteImprove to keep your site compliant.