Graham Armfield: Accessibility Hacks

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Published

May 15, 2019

This session has a look at some small tweaks that developers can make when building WordPress sites for themselves or their clients.

The first part explores using SVG images in a way that ensures that screen reader (and other AT) users can access them successfully. Then we’ll progress to some CSS techniques that are useful for improving accessibility in websites – during the development stage, for content authors, and for the benefit of your site visitors.

Where possible, I’ll be demoing some of the techniques covered.

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WordCamp Manchester 2018 13

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Graham Armfield 11

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Accessibility 161

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English 7579

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