Mark Root-Wiley: Coding Accessible WordPress Websites

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  1. MRWweb

    For reference, the slides for this presentation can be found at http://mrwweb.com/wc15/a11y-code/.

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  2. MRWweb

    A new and very interesting accessibility checker just came out from Khan Academy called tota11y. (Get it!?) I’ve been impressed considering how young it is. You can find it at http://khan.github.io/tota11y/.

    Just remember that automated accessibility checkers won’t catch everything!

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June 9, 2015

Do you know what it takes to make a website that works for everyone? Come to this info-packed session to learn about website accessibility, WordPress accessibility initiatives, and the role that YOU play in making the web more accessible. There are resources, tips, and code snippets galore!

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WordCamp Seattle 2015: Experienced Edition 9

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Mark Root-Wiley 4

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