This plugin hasn’t been tested with the latest 3 major releases of WordPress. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.


If you are worried about the user-friendly nature of your website, you will need our WORDPRESS Usability plugin. Although WordPress offers a decent leeway when it comes to building and developing websites, you still have to deal with some severe accessibility issues.
MyWeb plug-in, on the other hand, offers the much-needed leeway for the development of easily accessible websites.

This plug-in provides an easy-to-use toolbar that lets you switch between ranges of settings in the directory of your theme. It also allows you the right to tailor the accessibility of your site to your needs. Only add it to your WordPress contents folder, and you’re ready to go!

MyWeb provides a number of options when it comes to building easily accessible websites. This plug-in allows you to change stylesheets, add specifics to hyperlinks, re-size your website fonts, and fix usability issues without explicitly altering your content. MyWeb also allows you to disable all accessibility features depending on the needs of your theme.

Our plug-in is designed to fix usability vulnerabilities and other common issues that may occur in the WordPress center. However, it is not intended to address any problems in the nature of your website. It will improve the usability of your website, recognize deficiencies and provide useful resources to fix most of these deficiencies.

Why Choose Our Plugin:

If your main goal of installing a WordPress Accessibility plugin is to improve the overall performance of your website and maintain a strategic distance from bugs and crashes. Then you should go ahead and turn it on to your website.

With regard to WordPress accessibility issues, content and theme are two key areas of concern. This would make your site more accessible to screen readers, visual users, or anyone else who would use your website.

You need a plugin that makes it possible for you to.


Accessibility Toolbar: WORDPRESS ACCESSIBILITY provides a set of toolbar togging features that allow you to fix high and low contrast issues in the accessibility of your theme. This plugin will help you adjust the overall design of your theme, right from the theme directory, to a more fitting setting. Add a toolbar toggling that lets you set:

  • Resize font (increase/decrease)
  • Grayscale
  • Readable Font
  • High Contrast
  • Links Underline
  • Light Background
  • Negative Contrast
  • Link to Sitemap / Feedback / Help pages

Accessibility Features:

  • Enable skip to content with customizable appearance and targets: This feature allows users and screen readers of your website to transition from one section of your site to another. Instead of going through massive blocks of data on a webpage, screen readers can Skip to content feature, users can move from the top of the page to another different section of the website.
  • Add outline focus for focusable elements: Many WordPress website is designed without considering keyboard dependent users. That’s why keyboard users find it difficult to focus on focusable elements on a WordPress website. This plugin allows you to modify the appearance of elements on keyboard focus. Consequently, you’ll be able to view links and other focusable fields with keyboard focus.
  • Remove the target attribute from links: This accessibility feature resolves issues relating to how links open when you click on them on your website. In general, users get disoriented when they click on a link and it opens up on another window. At the end of the day, this could break your website’s flow and at the same time, ruin the overall experience of users on your site. This is where the WORDPRESS ACCESSIBILITY plugin shines in the creation of easily accessible sites.
  • Add landmark roles to all links: one of WordPress’ common trends, is to show an excerpt of a post with hyperlinks that’ll let you read the full content. These links are usually represented with plain boring text. Which makes it difficult for users to differentiate between the excerpted contents that those links represent. By default, WordPress links are excerpted with words like “continue reading”, “more” or an equivalent text. This can pose a lot of problem with your site’s accessibility. However, With our WORDPRESS ACCESSIBILITY plugin on your dash, you can add titles to all your links. So instead of using “continue reading” to represent excerpted links on your site, it’ll show “ continue reading + preferred title”.
  • Customizer for style adjustment: using WordPress default stylesheets may pose problems for your site’s accessibility. Our Plugin allows you to rectify these issues with its topnotch style customizer tool.
    *Enable alt attributes on images: Similar to how WordPress adds title attributes to all the links it generates on your website, featured images have title automatic attributes as well. WORDPRESS ACCESSIBILITY resolves this issue, and make your website easily accessible for everyone. This plugin can save time and effort from manually editing each image one by one to change the assigned title attributes of featured images. As a result, It is the most effective plugin, for making your site accessible for everyone.

New feature added:

  • Accessibility Statement

Accessibility Toolbar:

Add a toolbar toggling hat allows you to set:

  • Resize font (increase/decrease)
  • Grayscale
  • Negative Contrast
  • High Contrast
  • Light Background
  • Links Underline
  • Readable Font
  • Link to Sitemap / Feedback / Help pages

Accessibility Features:

  • Enable skip to content
  • Add outline focus for focusable elements
  • Remove the target attribute from links
  • Add landmark roles to all links
  • Customizer for style adjustment


=Automatic Installation =

Install in 2 quick steps:
1.) Install using the WordPress built-in Plugin installer > Add New.
2.) Enable the plugin from the WordPress ‘Plugins’ menu. Go to the plugin page (Dashboard > Accessibility).
You done, Enjoy the Accessibility-Plugin!

Manual Installation

~ Manual Installation ~
1.) Download the plugin.
2.) Extract the zip file.
3.) Drop the contents in

the wp-content / plugins / directory of your WordPress installation.

4.) Enable the plugin from the WordPress ‘Plugins’ menu.
5.) Go to the plug-in page (under Dashboard > Accessibility).

You done. Enjoy the Accessibility-Plugin!


How do I activate the WORDPRESS ACCESSIBILITY plug-in?

To activate WORDPRESS ACCESSIBILITY for your website’s accessibility issues, you must. First of all, download the zip file on your computer. Then you’ll use the file extraction tool to recover the plugin’s contents from the zip file. When you are done with the file extraction process, upload the contents to your WordPress content/Plugins folder. From there, go to your WordPress dashboard using your log-in details. Then click the icon titled, “Plugins”, on your WP dashboard. This will open up to a list of plugins that are available in your WP contents/plugin folder. Click on WORDPRESS ACCESSIBILITY to activate. Then you are ready to go!

How do I disable All features with the WORDPRESS ACCESSIBILITY plugin?

To disable all features after activating WORDPRESS ACCESSIBILITY plugin. Go to Settings on your WordPress dashboard and click on the WordPress accessibility settings. This will open up your website accessibility page, which would allow you to Configure your accessibility features to your preference. Disable all features on that page and save.

How to know whether the skip to content feature has been added to my website?

To check whether the skip links feature on your website has been activated, simply go to the front page of your website. If you are using a Windows computer, press Ctrl + U at once to open up the HTML source code. However, if you are using a Mac PC; press command + Option + U. These commands will open up the HTML source code of your current page. Go to the newly opened tab to search the skip link txt. Do this by pressing Ctrl + F or Command + F, on windows or Mac respectively. In the search box, type “skip to content” or “skip-link screen-reader-text”. The search term may vary from theme to theme. So if one search term does not work, try the other one.

Can WORDPRESS ACCESSIBILITY resolve all my website issues?

WORDPRESS ACCESSIBILITY plugin is the premium tool for resolving a range of user-friendliness issues on a WordPress website. But that does not imply that it has the power to resolve every issue in your website’s operation. It can identify deficiencies, boost user-friendliness, and provide effective tools for the resolution of deficiencies on your website. While it may resolve certain issues in the performance of your website, it is mainly designed for website accessibility issues.

Do I have to use a specific theme for the WORDPRESS ACCESSIBILITY plugin?

The answer is NO. WORDPRESS ACCESSIBILITY was created to resolve all user-friendliness issues in WordPress websites. In light of this reality, the WordPress accessibility plugin is designed to be compatible with all existing themes. This WordPress accessibility plugin will make your website accessible for users and screen readers regardless of the theme you are using on your site.

Can I get WordPress accessibility in other languages?

As of now, the available languages for the WORDPRESS ACCESSIBILITY plugin are somewhat limited. But you can help us translate the plugin to your language.

I have other plugins installed, can I still use WORDPRESS ACCESSIBILITY?

Yes, you can. All you have to do is to disable other accessibility plugins that you have installed. That way, WORDPRESS ACCESSIBILITY, and the other plugins will not conflict themselves when working to resolve your site’s accessibility issues. When you have disabled the other plugins, activate the WORDPRESS ACCESSIBILITY and you are good to go!.


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1.0.0 – 2019-08-25

  • Initial Public Release!