Wikipedia:WikiProject Accessibility

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Welcome to the Accessibility WikiProject!

This project aims to make Wikipedia accessible for users with disabilities. More specifically, accessibility means that people with disabilities can perceive, understand, navigate, and interact with Wikipedia, and that they can contribute to Wikipedia. Accessibility also benefits others, including older people with changing abilities due to aging.

See also: What is accessibility?

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Details about the WikiProject Accessibility


The primary focus is on improving the accessibility of articles. The secondary focus is on actively assisting editors with disabilities or other characteristics which inhibit their ability to contribute to the encyclopedia.


The approach to make Wikipedia accessible is based on the W3C's official WCAG 2.0 (aka ISO/IEC 40500:2012) and ATAG 2.0 guidelines. The guidelines provided by this accessibility project are merely an attempt to reword the WCAG 2.0 into a guideline hopefully easier to understand for editors who are not familiar with accessibility or web development.

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There is a bot automatically generated list of active editors.

If you are interested in being part of this group, please add your name to the following list; it is ordered alphabetically.

  1. a11ygeorge (talk) would like to help update and expand information on international web accessibility laws
  2. Adrian M. H.
  3. AimeeMaree
  4. Akjar13
  5. AtomsOrSystems (talk)
  6. Axciom (Talk)
  7. B2project
  8. Bauani
  9. BelovedFreak
  10. ~ RobTalk
  11. Caleb Bond
  12. cannona
  13. Checkingfax
  14. CM2G0005
  15. DarkArcherPrince
  16. Diana LaRose
  17. Dodoïste (talk)
  18. doorautomatica talk
  19. -- dsprc [talk]
  20. EvergreenFir (talk) Please {{re}}
  21. Geekdiva (talk) (Ironically, my disability will prevent me from being very active. Heh! But I appreciate everyone's hard work and will do what I can when I can.)
  22. GJR, a.k.a. oedipus (GJR's talk page | GJR's contributions)
  23. Graham87
  24. Rahul Pandey
  25. Jidanni
  26. User:John Carter
  27. Jomanila
  28. -- Daniel Jones (talk)
  29. Jonathan Bowen
  30. l'aquatique[talk]
  31. -- Lil_℧niquℇ №1 | talk2me
  32. Macadamia14
  33. Matt Fitzpatrick (talk)
  34. matthewcock
  35. Max Viwe | Viwe The Max
  36. Mooeena
  37. Mr. Yondris Ferguson (Leave a Comment)
  38. Neranei (talk)
  39. user:orngjce223 how am I typing?
  40. OwenBlacker
  41. Patient Zerotalk
  42. The Crab Who Played With The Sea (talk)
  43. —PC-XT+
  44. User:Pedant
  45. -- penubag  (talk)
  46. Andy Mabbett | Talk to Andy Mabbett
  47. pjoef (talkcontribs)
  48. Purplewowies
  49. Quiddity
  50. RexxS (talk)
  51. SFB
  52. Smartyllama
  53. Spencergreenwood (talk)
  54. surueña
  55. Techdude3331
  56. the wub "?!" - particular focus on making sure that Help pages are accessible as part of my community fellowship, but interested in helping out other areas too.
  57. Thisisnotatest (Thisisnotatest's talk page)
  58. tombabinszki
  59. Tom Cloyd (talk) - Interested in mental-health-related accessibility issues - certainly an orphan area. We haven't a lot of external guidance to draw upon. A problem.
  60. Winxrocker
  61. Wolbo
  62. xeno (talk)

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WikiProject Accessibility
WikiProject icon This page is within the scope of WikiProject Accessibility, a group of editors promoting better access for disabled or otherwise disadvantaged users. For more information, such as what you can do to help, see the main project page.
{{WikiProject Accessibility}}, for use on article talk pages for articles within the project. See Category:WikiProject Accessibility articles.
{{Accessibility dispute}}, for use on articles where the accessibility is in question. See Category:Articles with accessibility problems.
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{{User WikiProject Accessibility}}, userbox for members of the accessibility project. See Category:WikiProject Accessibility participants.
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{{subst:Accessibility Barnstar|message ~~~~}}, used to recognize contributions to the project or improvements to accessibility on Wikipedia.


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