Accessibility of themes

(3 posts) (3 voices)

  1. stevenba

    I need to re-develop one of our sites where some of our users may have disabilities, and would like to make the site as accessible as possible to users with visual impairments, whilst using one of your themes.
    There seems be little or no accessible themes available by any of the theme publishers I've come across - at least none you would want on a commercial site.
    Do you provide any themes that meet WAI Accessibility criteria? I understand this is not easy to do 100%, especially whilst retaining a nice looking theme, but how about some of the simpler requirements.
    Alternatively would you be able to provide someway of turning styles off and making sure all image tags (eg logo images) have alt fields we can populate through admin?

    Posted 6 years ago #
  2. Elliott

    Hello stevenba,

    I'm not that familiar with WAI guidelines. Is it basically just adding alt text to images for screen readers to pick up?

    You can add alt text to all of our images via the shortcodes or when inserting the images.

    We currently do not have any keyboard support but that would be something we could include in the future.

    Posted 6 years ago #
  3. medusa

    has this been addressed yet? I'm in need of this functionality as well

    Posted 2 years ago #


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