This is a quick tip to show how to use the new sub menus in the admin area of WordPress 3.3 with a screen reader. For this, I’m using NVDA 2011.3RC, and Firefox 9. The new sub menus are a way to more quickly access items in the sub menus of “Dashboard”, “Posts” etc. without […]Read More Quick tip: Handling the sub menus in the WordPress 3.3 admin area with a screen reader
I just upgraded this blog to WordPress 2.6. This version brings with it a number of accessibility enhancements. One thing you might have noticed already is that there is now a default language set. Default English blogs should now always cause screen readers that support language switching to use the English variant of their default […]Read More WordPress 2.6 brings a lot of accessibility improvements!
Umm well, I sort of had it already, you could either add posts to digg or del.icio.us. But this all was a bit hacky, and the implementation wasn’t too accessible, either. I therefore browsed around a bit on the WordPress plugins site and tried out a few Social Bookmarking plugins on my local test install. […]Read More Social Bookmarking feature added to blog