The initial planning session for the proposed WP Global Accessibility Day will happen on Tuesday, December 17, 2019. 📆
Chris Johnson has designed a tool to identify ways to improve the flow of your site, which he calls “Logical Content Flow.” This describes “the natural hierarchal flow when headings are applied to HTML content correctly as per the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.” 🧑🦯
It’s the latest news from WordPress.org’s core teams you don’t want to miss. New Five for the Future section this week!
This is Cam Beaudoin speaking at A11Y NYC about Speaking Up and Speaking Out: Tactical Communication and Consulting.
Good news on the accessibility front. WordPress Accessibility Team announced that “all new or updated code released into WordPress core and bundled themes must conform with the WCAG 2.0 guidelines at level AA”. In a nutshell what this means is that WordPress is moving beyond “basic” levels of accessibility to levels that are more common…
Accessibility at WCUS, at least for me, was frustrating at best, and tear-inducing at my lowest point. We need to do better as a community.
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