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.
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.
@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!