To help people with disabilities shop smoothly, we’re constantly working on improvements and optimizations. If you have good suggestions, you can contact us at [email protected] and improve together with us.


  1. Follow the internationally accepted accessibility standards and guidelines WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) 2.0 to ensure that the website meets the needs of people with disabilities.


  1. Simple and clear website layout and navigation are the basis of barrier-free design. Provide clear navigation menus, use semantic HTML tags, and use breadcrumb navigation to ensure that disabled users can easily find the information they need.


  1. Use easy-to-read fonts, set appropriate font size and line spacing, ensure appropriate text contrast, avoid using solid-color backgrounds and text, and ensure that the website content is easy to read.


  1. For content that includes audio and video, provide subtitles and text descriptions to facilitate hearing-impaired users to obtain information. Also, for dynamic content and ads, there is an option to turn off to avoid interruptions.


  1. The form design should be simple and clear, and the input fields should have clear labels and prompt information to ensure that disabled users can easily fill in the form information.


  1. Make sure that the website can be fully operated from the keyboard and does not depend on the mouse or other devices, which is convenient for users who use screen readers or have motor disabilities.


  1. Provide easy-to-understand error prompts and feedback information to ensure that disabled users can accurately understand whether their operations are successful, and provide corresponding help and support channels.


  1. Use meaningful image ALT attributes and icon descriptions to ensure that visually impaired users can understand the content and function of images and icons.


  1. Accessibility testing: regularly conduct accessibility testing on the website, test the accessibility of the website through screen readers, keyboard operations, etc., and optimize and improve according to the test results.


  1. Continuously optimize and improve the accessibility design of the website based on user feedback and accessibility test results.
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