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© 2019, International University of Sarajevo. An accessible website enables the access to information and interaction for many people with disabilities so these people can contribute more effectively in the society. Today, most governments are enforcing their websites to follow the www consortium (w3c)'s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0). This paper investigates the WCAG 2.0 success criterions that make a website accessible and explores the most violated WCAG 2.0 success criterions by the developers of e-Government websites.
International University of Sarajevo
WCAG 2.0, Web accessibility, Web accessibility success criterion
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Al Mourad, Mohamed Basel; Hussein, Mohammed; Kamoun, Faouzi; and Wattar, Zelal, "Analysis of WCAG 2.0 data accessibility success criterion of e-government websites" (2019). All Works. 495.
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