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Supported WordPress Plugins
These are free WordPress plug-ins that I am actively supporting and maintaining.
- My Calendar – Manage events and maintain a public calendar on your WordPress web site. My Calendar Pro adds the ability to let your site’s visitors submit events and build your calendar, among other premium features.
- My Tickets – Sell tickets or handle registrations for events through your WordPress web site. My Tickets provides an accessible interface for selling tickets to a wide variety of events that you can create using My Calendar or on any post type in your installation. Purchase premium add-ons for My Tickets.
- WP to Twitter – posts a Twitter status update from your blog with support for a variety of URL (Uniform Resource Locator) shortening services to provide a link back to your post from Twitter. Upgrade to WP Tweets PRO to supercharge WP to Twitter.
- WP Accessibility – improves the overall front-end accessibility of your WordPress web site by allowing you to generate skip links, remove redundant title attributes, and enabling numerous other key accessibility features.
- Access Monitor – uses the power of Tenon.io to run automated tests for the accessibility of your site. Schedule tests for regular review, so you can get a great idea of the ongoing accessibility of your WordPress site.
- Content Progress – Content Progress is a WordPress plug-in to quickly spot the pages and posts on your site which are not completed. It’s primarily intended as a early development tool while building content out on a new web site.
- My Content Management – My Content Management adds support for generating and displaying a wide variety of types of special content, including Frequently Asked Questions; Testimonials; Staff lists, and a variety of other special content formats.
- BotSmasher – Spam-smashing plug-in for filtering comments and registrations; also includes a filtered and accessible contact form.
- WP Post Styling – Add post-specific custom styles to posts or pages of your blog.
- Accessible Video Library – Accessible Video Library is a video manager plug-in that provides the ability to upload and use caption files, subtitles, and transcripts for your site’s videos.
- Contact Form 7: Accessible Defaults – A tool to provide accessible default settings for the WordPress plug-in Contact Form 7. Best use? Install & Activate Accessible Defaults, then install Contact Form 7. That way the default contact form installed with Contact Form 7 will be accessible!
Accessibility and HTML Tools
- Color Contrast Tester – Allows you to explore the spectrum of color combinations with a color of your choice. Allows you to see what colors will be acceptable under Web Content Accessibility Guidelines as well as see how the two sets of guidelines compare. See Testing Color Contrast for WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) 1 & 2.
- Color Contrast Evaluator – A tool for comparing the contrast of two colors against WCAG 2 contrast evaluation guidelines
- Gray Bit – Gray Bit shows you what your site looks like in gray scale. Automatically translates images and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) into their gray scale equivalents. Originally built by Mike Cherim and Jona Fenocchi.
- WP Accessibility WordPress Plug-in, Access Monitor, and Contact Form 7: Accessible Defaults, above.
- My Calendar (2019-04-12 7:11pm )
- WP to Twitter (2019-03-28 6:59pm )
- My Tickets (2019-03-26 7:05pm )
- WP Accessibility (2019-03-17 6:24pm )
- My Content Management (2019-01-18 7:01pm )
- Access Monitor (2018-09-11 6:50pm )
- Accessible Video Library (2018-07-15 3:42pm )
- Contact Form 7: Accessible Defaults (2018-06-12 6:06pm )
- WP Post Styling (2017-11-15 6:12pm )
- Content Progress (2017-02-04 9:15pm )
- My Content Glossary (2016-09-27 5:35pm )