Your website should be inclusive of, and accessible to, as many people as possible. This essential tool for Webflow users contains guidelines derived from WCAG, including how to implement them with no and low-code solutions.
About the checklist
This is a living checklist maintained by Webflow’s brand studio web team. Some of the tasks below are inspired by The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1 AA), while others are best practices our team follows. We’ll be adding to this resource over time and welcome your feedback on how to improve it.
Does the checklist guarantee my site is accessible?
Addressing the tasks in this checklist will make your site more accessible, but they don’t guarantee that your site will be fully accessible for all. This checklist is derived from WCAG 2.1 AA, but isn’t all-encompassing of those guidelines.
Collaborate with us
This is just a start! We’re excited to see how this resource helps make your sites more accessible, and to hear your feedback, suggestions, or questions.
This checklist came together with the help of Webflow’s own internal accessibility experts and advocates, with lots of help from many other resources from the accessibility community at-large:
Join the conversation
Have a question about an accessibility guideline, or want to share your experiences with the community? Head over to the Webflow forum and post with the “Accessibility” tag to share.
Have something to add?
Over time, we’ll add more to the checklist based on WCAG updates and what’s possible in Webflow. Suggest an addition, or tell us your thoughts on the existing guidelines, by completing the feedback form below.