Claire Brotherton: Making popular WordPress plugins more accessible

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April 7, 2019

I’ll talk about some well-known WordPress plugins and show the accessibility issues that arise when using them. Then I’ll discuss what can be done to make their front-end output more accessible. That might involve:
– asking the developer to make the next plugin version more accessible
– adding another plugin to remedy the problems
– modifying the plugin code yourself
– finding or building a more accessible plugin

Some of the plugins I’ll talk about are:
– Contact Form 7
– Gravity Forms
– Simple Share Buttons Adder
– Revolution Slider

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WordCamp Edinburgh 2017 21

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Claire Brotherton 3

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Plugins 321

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English 7478

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