Making Themler more accessible for disabled users

eleanor
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eleanor posted this 09 January 2019

Hi

There is a lot of talk in the press in the UK about website accessibility.
In Norway you can be fined for not having an accessible website. In the UK can be sued for discrimination and fines are being considered.

Please would Themler consider adding a font sizer and contrast changer to the template builder so we can comply with these developing requirements.

Thank you!

Hi There is a lot of talk in the press in the UK about website accessibility. In Norway you can be fined for not having an accessible website. In the UK can be sued for discrimination and fines are being considered. Please would Themler consider adding a font sizer and contrast changer to the template builder so we can comply with these developing requirements. Thank you!
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 10 January 2019

Hello,

Thank you for your suggestion, I have asked developers to consider adding such controls. Meanwhile you may try using some third-party CMS plugins or code from the internet for this purpose. Please make a backup copy of the theme before using plugins or changing code.

Sincerely,
Nettie

Hello, Thank you for your suggestion, I have asked developers to consider adding such controls. Meanwhile you may try using some third-party CMS plugins or code from the internet for this purpose. Please make a backup copy of the theme before using plugins or changing code. Sincerely, Nettie
eleanor
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eleanor posted this 10 January 2019

Thank you

Thank you
Support Team
Support Team posted this 10 January 2019

You are welcome. In the meantime I have discussed the question with our developers. They recommend to create a separate theme for example in black and white or use a plugin and a separate theme, and then switch between themes on a particular theme using a button (this is possible using a CMS like Wordpress). Not all plugins will work with Themler, it depends on how changing font is supposed to work with all styles. A free plugin our developers had experience with is http://bvi.isvek.ru/ and it worked with Themler for Wordpress but you may try any other plugin.

Sincerely,
Nettie

You are welcome. In the meantime I have discussed the question with our developers. They recommend to create a separate theme for example in black and white or use a plugin and a separate theme, and then switch between themes on a particular theme using a button (this is possible using a CMS like Wordpress). Not all plugins will work with Themler, it depends on how changing font is supposed to work with all styles. A free plugin our developers had experience with is http://bvi.isvek.ru/ and it worked with Themler for Wordpress but you may try any other plugin. Sincerely, Nettie
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