Perhaps the most difficult challenge in digital accessibility is making content and applications accessible for people with cognitive disabilities. While all people are different, and thus all people with disabilities are different, the nature of what is defined as a cognitive disability adds a dimension of uniqueness to the equation… Continue Reading W3C Publishes Cognitive Accessibility Task Force Publication
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!
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