I have received announcements of two new websites this past week, both of which are related COVID-19 responses and resources, and both of which use one of the many “accessibility plugin/widget/add-on overlays”. Both new sites are promoted as “fully accessible” and of course neither are. One used a widget call… Continue Reading Accessibility Overlays – Make them stop!
Quick Tip: Form Error Messaging Often, screen reader users are unaware that visible form error messages have appeared. Ensure that form validation errors are clearly identified, that quick access to the problematic element is provided, and that the user can easily fix the error and resubmit the form. The monthly… Continue Reading Web Accessibility Tip – April 2020
Today, WordPress has released the latest version of their popular content management system – WordPress 5.4 Most of the updates come to the new block editor, Gutenberg – which we at jebswebs have turned off – but version 5.4 also has some security updates. 5.4 helps with a variety of… Continue Reading WordPress 5.4 Update