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HTML Accessibility Introduction Hearing

Zane DeVault
Zane DeVault
42,164 Points

Accessibility Concerns Related to Hearing Loss on a Band Website

Does anyone have any suggestions for making a band's website more accessible to people with hearing loss?

3 Answers

Sam May
Sam May
8,363 Points

Make sure any multimedia content on the site is subtitled, perhaps include a link to a hearing loss charity?

Unless you have any aspects of the site that particularly rely on the user being able to hear, there's not much else you can do.

Sam May
Sam May
8,363 Points

Make sure any multimedia content on the site is subtitled, perhaps include a link to a hearing loss charity?

Unless you have any aspects of the site that particularly rely on the user being able to hear, there's not much else you can do.

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