Data de publicação: 03/05/2023
Ensuring accessibility on the websites and e-government portals is
a duty that public and private entities need to fulfill to enable plurality
in access to content available on the internet. Due to simple
interfaces, many people have started to use Content Management
Systems (CMS) to create their blogs or online store. These systems
began to be widely used for allowing people without programming
knowledge to create and make their websites available on the internet.
Therefore, it becomes essential to assess whether these tools
provide resources that help the development of accessible websites.
Thus, this paper aims to analyze websites developed through a CMS
to collect and identify problems related to the criteria that guarantee
virtual accessibility (Accessibility Guidelines for Web Content -
WCAG and Model Accessibility in Electronic Government - eMAG)
of accessibility for blind or low vision persons.