Accessibility

Accessibility is essential when it comes to designing anything. The more accessible and inclusive a product is, the more people are able to use it, which is great for everyone involved!

Here, you’ll see videos and slides of past presentations at WordPress London events that focus on accessibility.

Home » Accessibility

Open Q&A Session

This is an opportunity for you to bring those unanswered questions you may have about WordPress, whether that's ...

NatWest 6 Nations Match Centre on WordPress

Following on from our work with the British & Irish Lions tour of 2017, Sotic were engaged to ...

Useful Accessibility Tools

A look at a selection of some useful free tools that help ensure accessibility of websites. The tools ...

Intro to GlotPress and Translating into British English (en_GB)

In this bite-sized talk, we'll be going over GlotPress, the plugin used to translate WordPress, exploring what it ...

Let’s do an accessibility audit of wpldn.uk together!

Following on from last month’s talks regarding why accessible websites are a must, it’s worth knowing how to ...

#A11Y and How to Sell it to a Client

We have all heard the term #A11Y and know we should be doing something about it, but how ...

Privacy by Design: 7 things you can’t afford to ignore

Even in a post Brexit UK, the new law on data protection is going to change things for ...

Obscure WordPress Functions That Are Actually Quite Useful

A lightning talk given by Graham Armfield titled "Obscure WordPress Functions That Are Actually Quite Useful"

Accessibility Panel – June 2015

A LeanCoffee style panel discussion covering accessibility and vulnerability within WordPress.

Handling User Generated Content in WordPress

Getting lots of content into a site can increase the scope of the site, user engagement, and maybe ...

Towards an Alternate Theme Structure?

In theory, child themes save you a lot of work. But not if you have to change lots ...

Custom URL Rewrites

Darren Grant gives a 5 min. lighting talk on WordPress custom URL rewrites at the WordPress London Meetup.

Simple Usability Tweaks for WordPress Themes

So you've got your WordPress site up and running and visitors are finding it through search engines. But ...

Themes, Plugins and Accessibility

One of the recent WordPress accessibility initiatives has been the introduction of the 'accessibility-ready' tag for theme authors ...

Those who don’t jump will never fly

Changing what you don't like in the WordPress core, a plugin or a framework is not an easy ...
Dan Maby
Scroll to Top