There are many tips to improve your Website Accessibility, but using a custom Plugin still the best for your WordPress site.
Fortunately, there are plenty of WordPress plugins that can help improve your site’s accessibility, let’s see some of them.
How to improve your website accessibility?
WP Accessibility is a multi-function plugin that can solve most of the accessibility issues.
It gives you many options like adding skip-to-content links, implementing an outline to the link, utilizing longdesc for images, and more things to improve accessibility.
WP Accessibility Helper
WP Accessibility Helper is also a good choice with many options like; user options for underlining or highlighting links, grayscale images, changing fonts, and keyboard navigation.
Is also boasts a DOM scanner that will check your site for various accessibility errors.
Accessibility Widget is a simple tool to enable users to enlarge text; it’s a minimally-styled widget that offers up “Small”, “Medium” and “Large” text links.
Accessible Poetry adds a floating button that, when clicked, exposes a toolbar to allow for font and contrast changes. You can also zoom in and out of the page, along with mark links and disable onscreen flashes.
The top option for this tool is s its ALT Platform area; this screen will list any images uploaded to your site that don’t have an ALT tag assigned. Even better, you can set a tag for each image directly from this listing.
Contact Form 7: Accessible Defaults
Contact Form 7 is a special and important tool, The plugin adds a selection of accessible form types to use as the basis for your new form.
Besides these tools, there are more good tools like:
- WCAG 2.0 form fields for Gravity Forms
- wA11y – The Web Accessibility Toolbox
- Divi Accessibility
- WP User Stylesheet Switcher
Choose the plugin you want and start now on your website.