Category: Accessibility

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Why WordPress Accessibility Matters (And How To Make Your Site Accessible)

Is your WordPress website accessible to all types of users? If one of your visitors were, say, to rely on a screen reader, would they be able to have a great experience on your website? Web accessibility is an important consideration for all webmasters, but it’s also something that many WordPress users overlook when they’re… Read more »

How To Use Amazon Polly To Turn WordPress Content Into Lifelike Audio

No matter how great your site’s typography is, you’ll always have some visitors who’d prefer to hear your content rather than read it. But short of breaking out your microphone for every blog post, there wasn’t an easy way to cater to those readers, until along came Amazon Polly. Amazon Polly is a smart service… Read more »

Website Accessibility: Does Your Website Violate the ADA?

Restaurants, bars, schools, gyms, in fact, any business that is open to the public would be well-advised to check the accessibility of its website after a blind man recently sued supermarket chain Winn-Dixie and won. Juan Carlos Gil claimed that Winn-Dixie had violated Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act because he couldn’t access… Read more »