All content on our website must be clear and easy to understand for everyone.
Accessibility is not just about making things easier for visitors with for example impaired vision or hearing or dyslexia. Visitors without special needs may also benefit from a well-structured website which is easy to understand.
What is necessary for 10 percent facilitates for 40 percent and is convenient for 100 percent.
Accessible = easy to find
A logical structure and well-written content is also a benefit when it comes to search engine indexing. It may place us higher in Google's rankings.
- An introduction to CEC's work with web accessibility:
Web accessibility at the CEC (PDF, 1.27 MB, new tab)
- Our own manual contains the most important issues to consider. An English version will soon be available.
CEC's web accessibility guide, in Swedish (PDF, 578 kB, new tab)
- Lund University also has instructions in Swedish on their website:
Web-based accessibility instructions – lu.se
Film: web accessibility (2 minutes)
The speaker is Swedish. For subtitles in English, choose Settings/Subtitles/Auto-translate/English.
If you have any questions about web accessibility, please contact one of our web editors.