BBC News Accessibility
The guide used by all members of BBC News development teams to ensure their products meet an excellent standard of accessibility.
Contributions to this guide are welcome! Please submit all contributions as pull requests.
To ensure these documents remain up-to-date and in good condition, the following should be done regularly:
- Run a link checker against https://bbc-news.github.io/accessibility-news-and-you/ (the W3C Link Checker is recommended).
- Review the statistics and recommendations in Accessibility and Supported Assistive Technology.
Running the site locally
If you'd like to see your changes locally before committing them, you can get this site running by following these instructions. Note that you'll need Ruby installed for it to run.
- Clone the repository somewhere by running
git clone email@example.com:BBC-News/accessibility-news-and-you.git && cd accessibility-news-and-you.
- Get all of the dependencies by running
bundle exec jekyll serve. This will watch the files for changes and automatically rebuild.
- Open http://127.0.0.1:4000/ in your web browser.