Hi Guys, and Gals! Hope you had a great Christmas and looking forward to a prosperous and happy New Year.

I do a few websites for local Parish Councils which have until Sept 2020 to ensure that their website meet the requirements in place for accessibility.

Having waded through the usual government legalise which is as clear as mud I find failure in only a couple of areas. Pictures are required to display Alt text to be readable by computer reader: no problem. Contrast of text/background should meet the "pass level" required: no problem. Fonts to be clear and of a size and style that is easily readable (no actual spec of course!): no problem.

The main problem is the requirement that the site can be navigated with keyboard only. I have tested several sites starting from the address bar and tabbing from input/ hyperlink to input/hyperlink but there appears to be no sequence that the tab follows. I assume that someone using the keyboard only would also use it in conjunction with a reader.

Am I missing something or is it an impossible dream for the PC brigade?

Most appreciative of any comments or ideas or pointers.