Accessibility Weekly

Weekly Accessibility Lessons brought to you by The Admin Bar in partnership with Equalize Digital

Week 5

Adding Theme Support for Screen Reader Text and Ideas for Using It

Last week we talked about ensuring that links are meaningful and how adding hidden text that is only visible to screen readers can help with this. Quick Recap: Screen Reader Text in …

Week 4

Ambiguous Links

What would you think if you encountered a list of links like this? Out of these eight links, only one of them has any real meaning: “Contact Us.” The other seven are …

Week 3

Heading Order

One of the easiest accessibility improvements you can make to a website with big impact is adding headings to break up content and using them in the correct numerical order. When you’re …

Week 2

Reading Level + AI Generated Summaries

One of the easiest ways to make your website more accessible is by testing your content for readability and making it as easy to read as possible. The average reading level of …


Skip to Content Links

We’re starting Accessibility Weekly by talking about Skip Links a.k.a. Skip to Content Links, because they’re the first thing you should see on your website when you press the Tab key on …