Useful plugins

We do not specifically endorse any of the plugins listed here but offer them as tools for you to test and use in your own accessible WordPress site.

  • Access Monitor – uses Tenon.io to scan your site for accessibilitya11y Accessibility (https://a11yproject.com/). A11y is an acronym for accessibility. The 11 represents the 11 letters that were removed between the a and y to make accessibility shorter to write particularly on social media. issues
  • Contact Form 7: Accessible defaults — generates accessible contact form defaults in Contact Form 7.
  • Gravity Forms WCAG 2.0 Form Fields – Fixes accessibility issues in Gravity Forms
  • MCE Accessible Language Change — Adds language change button in the WordPress WYSIWYGWYSIWYG What You See Is What You Get. Most commonly used in relation to editors, where changes made in edit mode reflect exactly as they will translate to the published page. editor.
  • WP Accessibility — provides features that fix accessibility issues in your site.
  • WP Accessible Twitter Feed – provides a minimal Twitter feed for easier accessibility