Tag: Beginner

  • The 5 Minute Accessibility Audit

    The 5 Minute Accessibility Audit

    Being great at something takes a lot of dedication and practice. But, you can often be OK at something without too much difficulty. This article is to help you with the latter part. Knowing just enough to be able to make an educated guess on the accessibility of a site or component/plugin. Can you use […]

  • Learning via Terrible Ideas: Replacing Text on Click, Part 2

    Learning via Terrible Ideas: Replacing Text on Click, Part 2

    In Part 1 of Learning via Terrible Ideas, we learned how to: Open the Console Set a variable Add a Click Listener But adding a click listener doesn’t make it accessible to people who use a keyboard or different kind of assistive technology. To make our example accessible, we’ll need to: Give a “focus indicator” […]

  • Accessibility 101 for Content Creators

    Accessibility 101 for Content Creators

    A perfectly coded website will still break down if the content isn’t written and built accessibly. This article is intended to give a no-coding-required breakdown of how to make accessible content. I’ll use WordPress as a basis for examples when relevant, but the same principles apply to however you build your website. Use Headings Headings […]

  • Learning via Terrible Ideas: Replacing Text on Click, Part 1

    JavaScript is pretty fun. You don’t need to know much to start playing around with it. Let’s jump in with a Terrible Idea that You Should Never Do.™️ Note: This article is intended for beginners (and kids!), but has plenty of extra tidbits along the way. I’ll be intentionally glossing over most topics, but give […]