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Joomla-Monster is a pioneer at creating accessible Joomla templates.

| Andrzej Herzberg | Web Development

Joomla-Monster is a pioneer at creating accessible Joomla templates.
More and more customers appreciate our projects and that means a lot to our team!

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines is a collection of documents relating to the availability of Internet services and since 2012 has the status of international standard ISO.
More and more countries establish the law that obliges entities performing public duties (such as ministries, regional offices, offices of cities and municipalities, police, fire brigade, hospitals and many other institutions) to customize their websites to meet WCAG 2.0 requirements.

Principles of availability document v. 2.0 has been divided into 4 groups:

  • Perception
  • Functionality
  • Intelligibility
  • Reliability

and 3 levels of availability: 

  • A Criteria - must be fulfilled
  • AA criteria - should be complied
  • AAA criteria - can be met

Given the need for providing user friendly accessibility to websites for the largest number of users, we can not forget about people with disabilities such as the blind or visually impaired. Such people are exposed to the "Digital Exclusion" which means no or limited ability to use modern forms of communication, for example websites.

It can’t be easier! Simply login to the administrator panel, switch on features and let site visitors change the site contrast mode, width, font size and navigate the site using the keyboard.

After a great success We are the first company who started to create the professional accessible Joomla templates!
We create the best accessible templates.
We are the company who had a speech about WCAG compatibility at the Joomla conference.
We keep getting messages with appreciation of our accessible templates.
We cooperate closely with the DJ-Extensions team. - it's not just about the template. Extensions used on the site must be accessible as well!

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