Self updating website
Any non-techie who has tried to create a website knows that there are the technical and design barriers, which are normally resolved by hiring an expensive consultant, and there is the creation of all the content and then the difficulty of keeping it up to date.
Swite simplifies everything by building itself around the content that is posted every day on social networks. Took me less than 60 seconds to create a website from my Twitter and Instagram accounts.
However, Understanding WCAG 2.0 and Techniques for WCAG 2.0 are advisory resources that can be updated.
As technology develops, they will be enhanced with additional tips, techniques, and best practices.
Will figure out after using Swite for a while :)@kzynakamura We've seen that a lot of people use different social networks for different reasons, which is why it's possible to have multiple swites.
With Facebook Pages, you can create as many sites as you have Pages.
We are really excited to share with the Product Hunt community.Related WCAG 2.0 material is listed in the navigation area of this page.Note: What we refer to as "requirements" in this document include the WCAG 1.0 checkpoints and the WCAG 2.0 success criteria. The fundamental issues of Web accessibility are the same, though there are some differences in the approach and requirements between WCAG 1.0 and WCAG 2.0.Swite creates a website that is synchronized with the rest of your online presence by importing the posts, photos and videos from your social networks and updating itself when you post something new.Having a website is becoming more and more important to showcase what you do and the level of professionalism with which you do it.