Wordpress IconI recently did a Webinar for Jisc RSC Scotland about how to keep WordPress websites accessible.

I've been meaning to put the audio and slides together as a single download for a while but just haven't managed to get around to it.

So until then, here is the audio to download. I've also added a link to the slides below.

This was the blurb for the Webinar:

“WordPress is now the world’s most popular content management system. What’s not to like? It’s open source, free and has an infinite number plugins that will do just about anything imaginable. I’m using it myself and I suspect your institution is to.

So, we are all on the WordPress bandwagon. Having jumped on board there is one subject we are now going to have to face up to; accessibility. Does WordPress help us create websites that don’t discriminate against a section of our audience? What tools, if any, are available to help us? What are the potential problems?

In this Webinar we will explore just that very topic; how to develop and manage an accessible website using WordPress.”

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Working with non-profits, charities, voluntary and public sector organisations and social enterprises for over 20 years. Jim set up one of the worlds first website accessibility web agencies in the mid 1990s.