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    I’m creating a website for a company that supports people with various disabilities and will need accessibility features on the site however the options I have found do not seem to be fit for purpose these are WP-Accessbility ( which just adds a tiny, hardly noticeable grey tool bar outside the page with some icons for buttons which is not clear what each one does. The other plugin called Visibility ( doesn’t work with twentyten theme I’m using so I am not sure where to go from here. What I would of liked is something similar to what this website: has at the top of the page theirs is a WordPress website so am wondering what plugin they used for that does anybody know? or can suggest a solution that suits my requirements?

    Thank you

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  • Twenty Thirteen theme is more accessible than Twenty Ten.

    To do what you want, I recommend Joe Dolson’s WP Accessibility Plugin which does far more than allow a toggle for high-contrast and large font stylesheets.

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