Manchester United football team have come under fire recently over the accessible version of their website, which offers all manner accessibility widgets but doesn’t contain nearly as much content as their regular site. SitePoint’s Trenton Moss first raised the issue, and has included it as an example in his latest article as well. Accessify also have coverage, and Matt May from the W3C has weighed in as well with an outstanding tirade against this form of bad accessibility practise.
I’m going to ping a few of the accessibility experts mentioned above and see what they think.
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