The absolute best part about Drupal 7?
Better accessibility. The back end is far more accessible, and more and more of the tools for creating content do a good job of helping the author create accessible content. In fact, the Drupal is the first authoring tool I’m aware of — authoring tool of any type — that shows such a commitment to meeting the W3C’s Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines.
If you want to help make Drupal even more accessible or even just learn more about the improvements being discussed, check out the Drupal Accessibility Statement and the Drupal Accessibility group. Another way to help is to monitor the issue queues for issues tagged with “accessibility.” Even if all you can do is affirm the importance of improving the accessibility of a feature, that can make a difference.
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