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Good resource for accessibility implementation

I want to make my website (Its a regular C#, .Net, Website) accessible and compatible for main ARIA support guidelines.
Is there some good resource with examples.

All this information is very scattered and I cannot find good examples on how to implement it.
Also seems like that when a feature works on 1 browser, then it does not work on other browsers.
Also screen readers like Voice Over, NVDA, etc work differently for same feature....
Its a little frustrating as I am new to this.

I want to start my by implementing the "Focus Indicator":
https://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG20-TECHS/G195.html

Can you guys help me out?
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Arikkan
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Arikkan
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PawełCommented:
I use to work for a municipality in Canada which has some fairly strict legislation around accessibility and we've always used the following

http://achecker.ca/checker/index.php

it gives you a nice summary of Known vs likely vs potential problems
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