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About SOAP

The Stanford Online Accessibility Program provides resources for Stanford web designers, developers and content creators so that they can produce materials which are accessible to the broadest audience possible. The program achieves this through the promotion of universal design and web standards compliance.


Last modified: 
July 23, 2015

The "SOAP" Box

Lemon tree with Hoover Tower in background

Featured tips and tools from the SOAP website:

Often, when people think about web accessibility, they focus on blind people and their use of screen readers. But it's not essential for you to learn how to use a screen reader, especially right away.    Check out these suggestions for basic accessibility checks that you can do with tools you already use.

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