Web Accessibility is the practice of making digital content accessible to everyone, including those with disabilities. In practice, this means using specific techniques when we create documents, videos and all other digital content in order to remove barriers and allow people with disabilities to perceive, understand, navigate and interact with the content.
Duncanville Independent School District is committed to ensuring that people with disabilities can use and easily understand our website..
If you encounter issues with any page on our sites that presents a challenge for individuals with disabilities, Please e-mail email@example.com with your feedback.
When placing images on the website you need to make them web accessible. You can do this by adding alt text or a description.
When you place an image on the website it is required that you add
Alt text is a description of the image. Screen readers read
alt text aloud, and browsers pages display
alt text when images fails to load.
Please use descriptions when brief
alt text is not enough to convey information, such as in a complex chart or graph.
Images in FinalSite are responsive. This means that you do not need to resize them. They will adapt to the width of the browser. However, for gallery images it is recommended that they are 1700 pixels wide x 600 pixels high. Do not put text on the edges of the images. Since the site is responsive it can cut off text around the borders of the image depending on the width of the users' browser.
Here is a Photoshop template for gallery images.
These images are 600x400px.
All PDFs need to be checked for accessibility before uploading to the website. Please submit your PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org. before uploading. If your document isn't accessible, we will help you make it accessible.
All videos must have closed captioning. If you would like a video uploaded to the the district YouTube Channel please contact Hillary Hopson email@example.com. If you have a video that you want in your gallery please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get the video transcribed.