This post was originally published on 31 January 2018 and was revised and updated on 4 June 2020. Everyone loves images on social media. And visual content is popular in terms of shares and engagement. But what about the accessibility of those images? A blind person cannot see an engaging photo or infographic. One way… Continue Reading How To Improve Your Social Media Image Accessibility (Updated)
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While I focus on websites in my work, thanks to Deque University I’ve been learning about applying accessibility principles to other types of content. While many documents are distributed online as PDFs, making an accessible PDF is tricky because you need to have a copy of Adobe Acrobat to ensure it is marked up as… Continue Reading An Accessible Word Document Checklist
It’s been a few years since I started using the Genesis Framework by StudioPress for building WordPress sites. But what’s good about Genesis? And should you use it? In this Genesis review, I’ll look at some of the pros — and cons — of using Genesis for building WordPress websites. Pros Genesis is popular According… Continue Reading Genesis Review: Pros and Cons of the Popular WordPress Framework
For me, WordCamp Glasgow 2020 kicked off with meeting Ahmed Khalifa on the train to Glasgow. I hadn’t seen him since Accessibility Scotland last year, so we had a good opportunity for a catch up on the journey. We made it to the venue and could immediately see why it had been described as arty!… Continue Reading WordCamp Glasgow 2020: A Stunning Debut
Following on from my look at Beaver Builder accessibility, I thought it was time to turn my attention to another page builder, Elementor. With now over 4 million active installs on WordPress.org, and over 4,500 5-star reviews, Elementor is an incredibly popular and well-loved page builder. But can it build accessible websites? Elementor’s blog has… Continue Reading Spotlight On Elementor Accessibility – Does It Build Accessible Pages?