Bryen M Yunashko
hello at bryen.com
Wed Jan 2 17:43:47 UTC 2013
I'm also here. I can't remember when I subscribed to this list, but I
believe this is the first time I've actually seen a post. Good to know
it is somewhat active and looking forward to seeing more discussion
here. WordPress needs to stay on top of accessibility!
Is this list managed by the Wordpress community or is it outside of the
community? Does the community follow this list?
Bryen M Yunashko
On Wed, 2013-01-02 at 10:20 -0700, Gabe Vega Via Iphone4S wrote:
> I'm here. And I often wondered if this email list was active. I joined
> in order to learn how to make my websites using WordPress more
> accessible, or WordPress itself more accessible.
> Gabe Vega
> Sent from my iPhone
> (623) 565-9357
> On Jan 2, 2013, at 10:08 AM, Mike Stahl <mike.stahl at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Not sure if this list is even active, but thought I'd give it a
> > shot.
> > What can we do as developers to make the gallery more accessible?
> > I'l contribute any way that I can. I work with ADA compliance at my
> > company.
> > There are also several little things that I think we can work on
> > like read more links which are not ada compliant because they
> > contain generic text. Currently, we add hidden text to the anchor in
> > themes to bypass this such as:
> > <a href="">Read More <span class="hidden">about cars</span></a>
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