The short talk shows developers, theme authors and plugin authors how to write the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) code of themes and plugins for meeting the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1.
There are important success criteria in the WCAG which affect the way how you write the HTML code for your users. Do you know which ones? And do you know which functions are provided by the WordPress core to fullfill those criteria? This talk shows them all.
The talk provides you the tricks about
- how to approach the challenge of writing accessible HTML code in an easy and effective way,
- how to set informations and relationships of the content,
- how to establish a meaningful sequence of the content,
- how to write alternatives for non-text contents.
In detail you can learn about the WCAG-compliant generation of e.g.
- continuous texts,
- forms on WordPress options pages,