Difference between WCAG, Section 508 and ADA – Tools of Web Accessibility 

The web is for everyone. No matter what geographic location, language or nationality one belongs to.  A web accessibility policy refers to extending differently-abled persons the same access to digital services, products, and resources, as an able-bodied person.

This means taking into account the needs of people with disabilities such as low vision, partial blindness or color blindness while developing websites and web platforms so that these are accessible to even those grappling with such situational barriers.

Whether you’re looking to create a new website or upgrade an existing one in accordance with website compliance standards, you’ll come across a whole range of acronyms. Of these, the most common ones are WCAG, Section 508, and ADA.

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