Can I complain about inaccessible websites?

Yes.

Fix the web is an easy way to complain about inacessible websites. Fix the web has been launched to tackle the problem of inaccessible websites on a massive scale. Backed by Stephen Fry, Fix the Web is an initiative of Citizens Online a national charity that campaigns for internet access for all.

The site encourages people to report any accessibility problems they have with a website. Volunteers then assess and take forward the issue to the webmaster in question, hopefully reaching a solution and certainly raising awareness.

Report a problem to Fix the web

Fix the web are currently redeveloping their website, so you're not able to report problems at the moment.

Usually however you can report a problem to Fix the web in three ways:

  1. Fill in an online form on the Fix the Web website
  2. Use twitter (#fixtheweb #fail, url and the problem)
  3. Email: post@fixtheweb.net

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