The WPCampus Podcast is back! If you’re in higher ed, you have to care about accessibility. There’s no getting around it: the digital experiences we provide to our communities have to be accessible to everyone. So when WordPress 5.0 made the “Gutenberg” block editor the default editing experience — and when many in the WordPress […]
The WPCampus Blog: Accessibility
WPCampus is excited to announce that our accessibility testing vendor, Tenon LLC, will host a public webinar and question-and-answer session to discuss the results of the Gutenberg accessibility audit. The webinar will take place Monday, May 13, 2019 at 12:00 PM CDT. You must register to attend.
In late 2018, WPCampus released a request for proposals to conduct an accessibility audit of the WordPress block editor, also known as Gutenberg. In early 2019, we announced our selection of Tenon, LLC to conduct the audit. We are excited to share the results of the Gutenberg accessibility audit.
WPCampus is excited to announce our selection of Tenon LLC to conduct an accessibility audit of the Gutenberg content editor. Founded by Karl Groves, Tenon is a leader in the accessibility testing field. We look forward to working with the team at Tenon over the coming weeks. Thank you to all of the companies who […]
Update to this post: Our vendor has been selected and our final fundraising goal has been set at $31,200. You can learn more about the entire project by attending The WPCampus Gutenberg Accessibility Audit session at WPCampus Online 2019. Last month, WPCampus released a request for proposals to conduct an accessibility audit of the WordPress […]
Thank you to all who took the time to submit a proposal in response to our RFP for an accessibility audit of the WordPress Gutenberg editor. Our selection committee will begin its review process and will be in touch if we have any questions. WPCampus has released a request for proposals seeking an accessibility audit […]
Accessibility refers to the inclusive practice of removing barriers that prevent interaction with, or access to, websites by people with disabilities.
Web accessibility refers to the inclusive practice of removing barriers that prevent interaction with, or access to, websites by people with disabilities. When your website is accessible, visually-impaired users can visit your website using a screen reader and those who can’t use the mouse can navigate your site using a keyboard or other input device. […]