Some of you may have noticed that since May, my blog is displaying ads here and there. It was kind of an experiment, and here are my conclusions after six months.Read More The myth of getting rich through ads
I have, for the most part, remained silent about the whole WordPress Gutenberg accessibility topic. Others who are closer to the project have been very vocal about it, and continue to do so. However, after a period of sickness, and now returning to more regular blogging, I feel the time has come to break that […]Read More My thoughts on Gutenberg Accessibility
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