There are many social, economical, and legal motivations for ensuring that web content is designed to be as accessible as possible to the target audience, regardless of any disability or limitations they may have. Web accessibility with Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is therefore an increasingly important aspect of good web design.
Creating accessible websites and content with AEM impacts:
Administrators responsible for configuring AEM to ensure accessibility features are correctly enabled.
Authors using these features to create accessible websites.
Creating accessible content is a process. AEM provides the capabilities, but content authors need to ensure that they follow the techniques required to create accessible content.
Template developers should also be aware of such issues when implementing the website design.
See the Accessibility Conformance reports for Adobe solutions for further details.
Using Adobe Experience Manager, content authors and/or website owners can create web content that meets the WCAG 2.1 Level A and Level AA success criteria:
Specific aspects of WCAG 2.1 are highlighted in our quick guide to WCAG 2.1.
Creating Accessible Content details how they relate to AEM.
Configuring the Rich Text Editor for Producing Accessible Sites
Guidelines on how administrators can configure AEM for producing accessible content.
Creating Accessible Adaptive Forms
Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) includes a number of features and capabilities that enhance the usability of adaptive forms for users with different abilities. The solution also assists form authors in creating accessible adaptive forms.
When creating your site, you should determine the overall level to which you would like your site to conform.
For additional information, please visit the Adobe Accessibility Resource Center.