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Jim Byrne Accessible Website Design Glasgow for The Third Sector, Voluntary, Charities and Not for Profits

Accessible, Responsive Website Design
Jim Byrne Web Designer

Free Guide: How To Keep Your Website Accessible

Published: January 10, 2018

Non-profits need to ensure their websites are accessible. This jargon free guide will help.

WordPress Plugins that help accessibility

Published: December 4, 2014

Many of the websites I develop use WordPress for Content Management; so I’m I’m always happy to come across plugins that help make WordPress sites more accessible.

Here are two that I thought looked particularly useful.

EsAudioPlayer

A cross-browser, accessible audio player (MP3 player).

There are a couple of features that make it more accessible than the ‘bog-standard’ mp3 player:

  • The audio file can be downloaded by text browser users.
  • Screen reader user can control the player buttons, i.e. play, stop and so on.

Download EsAudioPlayer.

My Read More

This plugin replaces the default “read more” with text that you specify, and adds words from the title to it (the number of words is your choice). This means that all your links will be unique.

Download My Read More.

Do you know of any accessibility plugins?

Get in touch if you have come across any WordPress plugins designed to make WordPress sites more accessible; your recommendations are appreciated.

All the best,
Jim

p.s. and of course you can also contact me for all your WordPress development needs.

Give me a phone if you would like me to test the accessibility of your website:

I provided feedback on the WCAG 2 (as representative of Guild of Accessible Website Designers) have two decades of experience and worked with hundreds of organisations.

07810 098 119

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