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  • I have yet to find a completely accessible theme and am looking for advice. It would be nice to have a theme that was ADA compliant and be able to talk to the designer if I run across an inaccessibility. Suggestions, please!

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  • Moderator Jan Dembowski

    (@jdembowski)

    Forum Moderator and Brute Squad

    I’m sorry but this topic is getting closed and here’s why. I’m quoting another moderator on this site.

    We have a similar rule on the subreddit, which boils down to “no find my theme for me questions”. Essentially you are asking an open ended question which has no end goal in sight. Everybody has opinions on what thing is better than other things, so such a conversation lasts forever and really helps nobody.

    It’s also an open invitation for authors to hawk their wares, and basically advertise their themes. It’s not a productive conversation for “support forums”.

    If you want to find a theme that you like, then my advice is to setup a test site and install a bunch of free themes on it, and try them out. Look at the results, test the layout, examine the code, etc. Asking other what theme they use is going to get you a lot of responses, few of which will actually help you.

    Also, these are support forums, not a blog. Generally speaking, we prefer people to ask specific questions, which will have specific answers. Questions that rely on opinion based answers just end up spiraling out of control.

    “What is the best Accessible Theme with Support?” is very subjective and prone to people’s opinions which really doesn’t help you or anyone else.

    I recommend that you try some themes, check them yourself and if there’s an a11y issue then please raise a support topic for that specific theme.

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