SummaryFollow accessibility guidelines when producing websites and web applications and your product will more usable, by more users, on more devices. ARIAMany ARIA features are incorporated into HTML5, so use HTML when possible, or make sure you use ARIA to mimic equivalent browser behavior in script. Form ControlsUse label tags for all fields, fieldset and legend tags, and onfocus styling to ensure all users of your product can submit website forms. HTML and CSSUse minimalist HTML to semantically describe the content of a page, and CSS to style it. Image Tags and StylesAdd appropriate alternative text or an empty alt attribute to every image, including CSS background images, and ARIA tags to font icons. Link Tags and StylesInclude appropriate alt text, focus styles, and HTML and ARIA tags in links. ScriptsAdd a separate activation control to select lists, provide an alternative to pop-up menus, and include alternative text with autofill fields. Table Tags and StylesSimplify tables, include row and/or column headers and content in all cells, enable size changes, and associate cells with their headings.