To me the simplest definition of web accessibility is that EVERYONE should have the same opportunity to access information and services on a website no matter who they are. If the person trying to access this information may happen to have a disability that is either permanent, situational, or temporary they must be able to anticipate an equitable type of experience as anyone else.
Accessibility overlays have in recent times emerged as a potential solution to help websites with their accessibility. Providers of these overlays claim that they detect and fix basic accessibility issues and often allow users with options to modify their experience while on the website.
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