Harnessing Themes, Plugins and Features to Make WordPress More Accessible
Published: Apr 24th, 2012 | No Comments
On Thursday 12th April 2012 I gave a presentation to HCID2012 – London City University’s Human Computer Interaction Department’s open day. The subject was the impact of themes, plugins and content on the accessibility of a WordPress site. I also spent some time looking at the accessibility of the WordPress admin screens.
As well as pointing up the minefield that faces WordPress users when choosing themes and plugins that can enhance (rather than hinder) accessibility, I also mentioned some of my own efforts in designing and making themes and plugins that help with accessibility but that are usable by bloggers and businesses alike.
My slides have now been uploaded to Slideshare.
Some other WordPress accessibility posts
- WordPress Permanently Visible Log Out Link Plugin – Version 0.1 - Feb 15th, 2013
- WordPress 3.5 Accessibility Update – November 2012 - Nov 19th, 2012
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