WordPress: Accessibility

WordPress: Accessibility
WordPress: Accessibility
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 47m | 325 MB

Everybody deserves the opportunity to experience your website. Making your content, themes, and navigation accessible helps everyone—users with disabilities, visitors who find your site through search engine results, and anyone else who wants a great user experience. This course helps you make sure your website meets modern accessibility standards. You can learn how to use the power of WordPress to quickly build a beautiful website that can be used by people with different types of abilities. Author Joe Dolson provides a broad introduction to accessibility and then focuses on practical steps to ensure your WordPress themes, plugins, and content are accessible and usable to all. He also shows how to test your site to make sure it meets the most current accessibility standards.

Topics include:

  • Accessibility concepts
  • Creating accessible content
  • WordPress core accessibility features
  • Creating more accessible themes
  • Creating more accessible plugins
  • Using accessibility plugins
  • Interacting with forms
  • Testing site accessibility
Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Accessibility in WordPress
2 What you should know

What Is Web Accessibility
3 Web accessibility concepts
4 Accessibility and your business
5 Assistive technology overview

Accessibility and WordPress
6 Creating accessible content
7 Understanding accessibility in WordPress
8 Accessible core What WordPress provides
9 Accessible interfaces What WordPress themes control
10 Accessible interfaces What WordPress plugins control

Accessibility in Your Theme
11 Examining design and color contrast
12 Constructing accessible navigation
13 Perceivable images and icons
14 Page architecture and HTML semantics
15 Page builder plugins
16 Testing page builders

Plugin Accessibility
17 WordPress plugins can do anything
18 ARIA, Ajax, and your website
19 Interacting with forms and their responses
20 How WordPress plugins impact accessibility
21 Example WordPress plugins for accessibility

Authoring Accessible Content
22 What is accessible content
23 Using audio and video
24 Organizing your content on the page
25 Getting help from the block editor
26 Getting help from the Classic Editor

Testing in WordPress
27 Automated and manual accessibility testing
28 Testing accessibility with WAVE by WebAIM
29 Testing accessibility with Tenon.io
30 Testing accessibility using axe by Deque
31 Using bookmarklets for quick assessments

Conclusion
32 Next steps