Who Is Running WordPress?

According to a recent survey, 34.6% of all websites are running WordPress. Link opens in new window source: W3Techs

Computer screen with icons of various disabilities and image of POURWordPress is very easy to use and is known for being the most flexible. WordPress Core meets accessibility standards. When you add a different theme or builder and then add things on top of it, the accessibility of the site may change.

WordPress designers who build websites fall into three categories: Novice, Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced (including developers.) Some users are so fresh to WordPress that they don’t yet know what they don’t know.

When it comes to Accessibility, web designers fall into four additional categories: those that devote making accessible websites from the start, those that are educating themselves and making every effort they can, who have no idea what web accessibility is and those who don’t know and wrongfully advise their clients not to worry about it.

Certain areas of your website will require manual efforts. On this website our intention is to assist you in doing more than simply meeting WCAG guidelines, it’s about the user experience and usability of the site. Accessibility is an ongoing effort. WordPress Core, themes and plugins offer incremental updates for functionality and security which can alter the accessibility of a website. Newly added content by website owners and designers can affect the accessibility of a website. It is important to stay on top of keeping your websites accessible.


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