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  • Hello, I have a website and I would like it to be more accessibility friendly. I would like to make a text only mode, which is the web page only show the text without any multimedia and css and javascript for screen reader or so on. Is there any plugin or core function can do it? Thanks a lot.

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  • Jay


    Yes, there are several ways you can create a text-only version of your website for users who may benefit from it, such as those using screen readers or other assistive technologies.

    One way to do this is by using a plugin or extension, you can use a plugin like “WP Accessibility” or “WP Text Only” to enable a text-only mode for your website. These plugins allow you to easily toggle between the regular version of your site and the text-only version and can be configured to automatically redirect users to the text-only version if they are using a screen reader or other assistive technology.

    Alternatively, you can create a text-only version of your website by disabling all CSS and JavaScript on the page and displaying only the raw HTML content. This can be done manually by removing all CSS and JavaScript references from the HTML source code, or you can use a tool like the Web Developer Extension for Chrome to disable these elements on the fly while you are testing your site.

    It’s also a good idea to consider the structure and content of your website when creating a text-only version. Make sure that the content is organized in a logical and easy-to-navigate manner, and use clear and descriptive headings and link text to help users understand the content of the page.

    I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.

    Thread Starter neutralchung


    @jaygumanid Thanks for your answer. I am interested in your recommendation for those plugins. However, I cannot google any ‘WP Text Only’ plugin. Would you please mind to give me the exact name or the link of the plugin? Sorry to take up your time!

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