Today, accessibility is essential for developers and organizations that want to create high-quality websites and web tools, and not exclude people from using their products and services.

So how do you make sure your WordPress sites are accessible?

1. Learn about accessibility
2. Test your website’s current accessibility
3. Design with accessibility in mind
4. Use an accessibility-ready theme
5. Install a dedicated WordPress accessibility plugin or accessibility software





Comments


Written by pvariel
83 days ago

Hey, The Admin here! KIND ATTN: OF THE ADMIN

Earlier there was a share button available with each curated posts, but in recent times it is missing, will you please share or incorporate a social share button with the shared post. That will be an easy thing for those who want to share it on their social media.

Thanks

Philip



Written by lyceum
83 days ago

Phil: Thanks for your comment. I will forward your request to Leland and Shawn.

All the Best,

Martin



Written by pvariel
83 days ago

Hi Erik,

Thanks for this wonderful and timely share.

WordPress accessibility is an important fact and it is very well covered in this post. I am sure this is a must-read for all who use WP for their web needs.

I appreciate the share.

Best Regards

~ Phil



Log in to comment or register here.
Subscribe

Share your small business tips with the community!
Share your small business tips with the community!
Share your small business tips with the community!
Share your small business tips with the community!