The Genesis Framework is my favorite tool to build a WordPress website. And with the next update (version 2.2) a lot of accessibility features and fixes will be added. But a framework is no child theme. The HTML5 themes you can purchase with StudioPress have a beautiful responsive menu for the primary navigation. And that… Continue reading Fix the accessibility of your Genesis responsive menu
Imagine you are blind, how do you understand a website? You would use a screen reader. All the text in a website is read out loud for you, from top to bottom. To navigate a site you can call a link list and a headings list. The headings list you can use to navigate inside the… Continue reading The screen-reader-text class, why and how?
WordPress and Accessibility. It has always been a difficult discussion. The developers wrote code, without knowing what’s important for someone that doesn’t see a website like they do. And the WordPress Accessibility team could not find the time or voice to help them fix the problems. So we asked members of the WordPress community for help, and they answered!
This week 4.1 “Dinah” was released. A lot of attention was given by the developers to improve the accessibility of the front-end, the Admin and the default theme Twenty Fifteen.
How to get a WordPress developer all emotional and fanatic: discuss about heading structure.
Here’s my point of view on how headings should be set up in a WordPress theme.
And an overview of the pros and cons brought up in discussions.