Often it’s hard to convince people with 20/20 vision why contrast is so important on their sites. Here’s an easy-to-understand analogy of how bad color contrast results in people leaving a web shop or site.
Small changes happen through kindness and generosity, big changes happen through capitalism and greed. Big industries make choices that determine which technologies thrive and which ones are to be abandoned.
Elementor does not provide a way to simply set (and style) a skip link. That’s bad for your visitors and bad for your conversion.
A no-code solution to hide or show just one element in your blog display. Adding plugins, only to visually achieve the same in one template, causes unnecessary bloat. This is a very easy solution!
There are days when I want to scream, curse and morph into an acid oozing dragon to torch the bliss out of some people’s ignorance. But getting angry never works. Humor does.
Are you wondering why I have affiliate links on this site? I already sponsor and donate to open source developers and accessibility activists. With affiliate commission earned, I can go beyond my personal limits, and donate more!
One of those facts I am unapologetic about: I have ADHD, and it’s, in fact, one of those traits that makes me good at what I do. Hyperfocus enables me to intensively work on something for hours in a row.
Mind-blowing: a study shows that a £35 000 investment in online accessibility by a supermarket chain brought them additional revenue of over £13 million a year.
The social sharing icons widget in Elementor is a comfortable way to quickly add in the symbols of your social media channels, and their links. You can make these accessible by adding aria-labels in the attributes field.
The difference between closed captions and open captions, is that the latter are auto-generated, lack punctuation (which sucks for anyone following your video with audio off) and you miss out on a massive SEO opportunity: closed captions are indexed.