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I’ll shortly be publishing an article on blogs in the public sector (edit: now available), but for now here’s a link to an interesting article on WordPress and accessibility. As author Mike Cherim points out, one of the sites named in the WCAG 2.0 implementation (and indeed reaching triple-A standard) was based on WordPress, suggesting that the platform can produce very accessible results. There are a couple of issues to be aware of, though, so if you’re developing sites with WordPress you’d better read this.

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One Response to WordPress and accessibility

  1. Heather says:

    I recently did a site for cognitive accessibility on WordPress and the issue with the search box almost drove me to drink. I gave up. Any advice on that one?

    Site is http://www.bipolarscotland.org.uk

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