DJ-Accessibility WordPress plugin version 1.07 is here. There is a new, additional button, allowing plugin users to disable the "Read mode" on the front page. But that is not all, as few other improvements have been also implemented.
DJ-Accessibility Light has been also updated.
The accessibility plugin also works with Joomla.
A new button appears at the top of the page when the 'Read mode' is used. We introduced the feature was mainly due to user requests.
It can be useful in a specific page configuration, e.g. when a panel is added in the web page code, when a toolbar view is used or the panel is displayed in an 'unusual' location.
Other implemented changes can be found in the changelog below.
It's the full list of changes:
"Screen reader" advanced settings has been added in the previous plugin ver. 1.06. We have not described this option so far, so now along with the latest update we bring you closer to its details.
Plugin users can decide, do they want to edit the screen reader settings.
The screenshot example above comes from the Joomla 4.x installation but options looks the same for WordPress and YOOtheme Pro.
Thanks to those options, user can define three settings:
DJ-Accessibility is a set of tools to help people with disabilities navigate the site. Use its' options to improve the accessibility of your website! You can display accessibility options in a pop-up or a toolbar on your page.
DJ-Accessibility works with Joomla and WordPress! It's also integrated with the YOOTheme Pro Builder.
You can get DJ-Accessibility in three different pricing plans:
The content of the blog post comes from the DJ-Extensions website: