[wp-edu] Ensuring WordPress sites meet accessibility standards?
jstroth at law.stanford.edu
Tue Sep 10 20:05:17 UTC 2019
WPCampus has a lot of resources and recorded presentations with tips: https://wpcampus.org/resources/accessibility/ <https://wpcampus.org/resources/accessibility/>
Director of Online Strategy and Identity
Stanford Law School
<>jstroth at law.stanford.edu <mailto:jstroth at law.stanford.edu>
> On Sep 10, 2019, at 11:02 AM, Grogan, David <David.Grogan at tufts.edu> wrote:
> Hello all,
> Recent mandates and guidelines at our school have us taking a close look at how we can ensure sites created on our multi-site instance are meeting digital accessibility standards (keyboard access to all features of a site, accessible by screen readers etc.). Since we run our system as a self-service platform it’s going to be difficult to have all sites 100% accessible but we are looking at ways to mitigate issues.
> I’d be interested to know how others are approaching this issue.
> I’m going to assessing these three plugins:
> https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-accessibility/ <https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-accessibility/>
> https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-accessibility-helper/ <https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-accessibility-helper/>
> https://wordpress.org/plugins/userway-accessibility-widget/ <https://wordpress.org/plugins/userway-accessibility-widget/>
> Are there others people can recommend?
> Are there certain themes that are more accessible than others that you have tried?
> Any thoughts/experiences/ideas you have would be greatly appreciated.
> Best wishes,
> David Grogan
> Senior Solutions Specialist
> Tufts Technology Services – Educational Technology Services
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