Arley McBlain: Accessible for Anyone: The Law, User Experience, and Your Theme

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Published

June 21, 2016

Accessibility (a11y for short) on the web has become law in Ontario, and yet there are still so many easily-overlooked details developers often miss. Discover some of the legal responsibilities developers have for today (and tomorrow), how improving the User Experience for all people will also improve your site’s search engine ranking, and practical steps and tools to help you upgrade your theme’s accessibility score.

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WordCamp Hamilton 2016 14

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Arley McBlain 2

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a11y 7
Accessibility 87

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English 4029

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