Key Considerations for Accessibility in WordPress Websites

WordPress is an ideal platform for building websites within your institution. It offers visual interfaces for building everything from page designs to event calendars and forms – without having to touch code. This enables faculty and staff in any department to get content online quickly. However, the flexibility of WordPress also is a double-edged sword when it comes to accessibility: just as quickly as new content can be created, accessibility problems can be added. This presentation will cover key considerations for building accessible WordPress websites, including recommendations for plugins and WordPress-specific policies that your institution can enact to better guide content managers into maintaining their site’s accessibility. 


Amber Hinds — Equalize Digital

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