Slides from WordCamp Buffalo 2016
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This came in after I finished and submitted my slides, so I am linking it here. There was an accessibility panel at WordCamp London last week, for which Claire Brotherton provided a recap.
I was asked about Gravity Forms accessibility and promised a link to help make them accessible (please note that I do not use Gravity Forms, so the HTML may be better now and/or this tutorial may not apply). The link: Tips on Making Your Gravity Forms as Accessible as Possible
The WordPress accessibility forums are brand new, so now is your chance to get in on the ground floor and provide the help or ask the questions that your fellow WordPress developers will come to rely on over time.
There may not have been a lot of tweets from my talk (nobody was napping!), but there was still plenty going on during the day.
It seems we are kicking off @WordCampBuffalo right now. #wcbuf pic.twitter.com/gdo5YrrOGL— Adrian Roselli (@aardrian) April 30, 2016
#wcbuf #accessibility @aardrian pic.twitter.com/YHz20HSAfT— Paul Oyler (@PappyOyler) April 30, 2016
.@aardrian talking #a11y at @WordCampBuffalo. All themes and code now must be WCAG 2.0 level AA. pic.twitter.com/Z2VBmLE1HZ— Andy Staple (@AndyStaple) April 30, 2016
#wcbuf as important as #accessibility is, disappointed not more people in this session— Paul Oyler (@PappyOyler) April 30, 2016
Awesome presentation about accessibility #a11y #wcbuf Adrian Roselli— HYPESocial (@hypesocialhq) April 30, 2016
#wcbuf flex panel. Good discussion on work flow with clients and content pic.twitter.com/wTBIPtxxo0— Paul Oyler (@PappyOyler) April 30, 2016
Looking forward to Stapling my laptop later. #wcbuf @WordCampBuffalo pic.twitter.com/fkORKD7Vfq— Adrian Roselli (@aardrian) April 30, 2016
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