Web pages are largely composed of accessible text. However, design, images and interactive elements can make web pages inaccessible.
Users with vision issues access web pages through screen readers that read aloud what is on the screen. Users with limited vision may use screen magnification programs. Users with other print and cognitive disabilites may benefit from website and web page simplicity and predictability. Those with mobility and cognitive issues may find the clarity of self-described links, easy to follow navigation and easy to select controls helpful.Generally, the more users have control, the more the site is accessible.