Accessibility for people with disabilities

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Let’s create a website that is accessible to everyone, regardless of age or social group.

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Making your website accessible to people with disabilities

How is the website accessible to people with disabilities?

Only by knowing and using WordPress in a proper way, your website accessibility becomes really usable for people with disabilities. Accessibility means that everyone can access and fully use something.

The more accessible your website is, the more people can use it. When a website is less accessible, or when accessibility is not a priority, some of your audience unfortunately does not get all the information.

The website must be accessible to all

Accessibility for people with disabilities cannot be implemented only by installing a module

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Making WordPress accessible to people with disabilities

Choosing the open-source WordPress content management system will make your website more accessible. We want users, regardless of device or ability, to be able to publish content and maintain the website or app independently.

We use a set of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) to develop our websites, which can help ensure that a website is compliant and fully accessible.

Accessibility is not just for developers, but also for designers, marketers, content writers, project managers, and others. Accessibility should be a priority throughout the entire website development process, from planning to launch. You should also continuously improve the accessibility of your website once it is live.


A clear title and description is a necessity.

Contrast ratio

Maintain colour consistency

Answers to questions and myths

People with hearing, cognitive, neurological, physical, speech and visual impairments should be able to use the fully accessible website. People with disabilities are at the heart of accessibility efforts. But they are not the only people who benefit from an accessible website.

Web accessibility also improves the experience of other users:

  • Those using mobile devices with smaller screens and different input methods.
  • People with limited abilities, vision or mobility due to age.
  • People with temporary difficulties, such as an injured arm.
  • A person using a website in a location where lighting can alter the contrast of the screen.
  • A person using the website with a limited internet connection or bandwidth.
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