Helping DIY WordPressers Create Accessible Websites

Information, Demonstrations, Experiments, and Resources for Accessibility.

Why Accessible Websites Matter

An accessible website is one that all people can use.

This includes people with a wide range of abilities and disabilities, skills and ways of taking in information. They might use a variety of devices and assistive technologies to use the Web.

Websites must be Perceivable, Operable, Understandable, and Robust (POUR) for all visitors.

Areas of Focus

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Accessibility Challenges

Why is accessibility so important – and why does it seem like such a challenge?

Learn about challenges
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Accessibility Tutorials

Check out our growing library of tutorials, experiments, and reviews.

Discover Tutorials
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Accessibility Resources

Visited our curated searchable list of accessibility resources and tools.

Explore Other Resources

This website is for learning accessibility in WordPress.

While this is currently a demo website, we would like to build it into something more. If you are interested in seeing how we proceed, please join our email list below.

The Web is for everyone. Let’s make sure we DIY WordPressers build it that way!

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