After several years of working on WordPress and accessibility and being part of the accessibility team, I have taken the very difficult decision to leave the WordPress accessibility team. I owe it to the team to explain why I have made this decision and how I hope things can improve for the future.
How does Gutenberg 2.3 perform with keyboard only? I’ve set up a test and looked for issues. The test, the results and a YouTube with the test are included.
HTML elements like check buttons, radio buttons or select options can be hard to style with CSS in a custom design. There are many workarounds for this, but are they accessible? Here’s my point of view.
Last year I changed the focus of my company. I wanted to do web accessibility related work only. The plan was to: build and maintain accessible websites only give accessibility training to web developers and graphic designers help developers and companies fixing accessibility issues give talks on WordCamps and Meetups keep contributing to WordPress
Are you a theme, plugin or framework developer for WordPress? Take note: the heading structure in the Admin screens will change from WordPress 4.3 on.