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I agree with this entire thread, especially the action part. Don’t get me wrong. Awareness is great. But we’ve been doing awareness now for I don’t know how many years or even decades, and it just seems to me that for every step forward we take, there are six more going backwards. If awareness...

I really don’t think I could have said this better … It is about time that more people step in. But part of it … the training for developers; especially developers that teach themselves languages from books, classes, and what not. Where are they going to be able to pull accessibility information from where it doesn’t feel (to them) like extra work?