Featured: The complete guide to accessibility for WordPress websites
With WordPress powering over 35% of all websites, it’s hard to pinpoint another piece of software that has had a greater impact on the state of web accessibility.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Deque introduces automated source code accessibility checker (announcement – deque.com)
- Restaurant website accessibility falls short at a critical time (blog post – blog.tenon.io)
- The curve has flattened for federal website accessibility lawsuits (blog – adatitleiii.com)
- For many, accessibility is an unknown unknown (blog post – kilianvalkhof.com)
- Beyond the screen reader: Humanizing accessibility (talk – youtube.com)
- First to the party (podcast – bemyeyes.com)
- Reduced motion “in the wild” (blog post – valhead.com)
New to A11y
Jerry Jones reminds you that a perfectly coded website will still break down if the content isn’t written and built accessibly. Find out how to avoid that in Accessibility 101 for content creators. The article hits all the basics, plus an often forgotten tip to mind your use of emojis.
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