CMS 4.10 is here with official support for PHP 8.0
Out with the old, in with the new. This release brings official support for PHP 8.0 and PHPUnit 9.5 while dropping support for legacy technologies like PHP 7.2 and Microsoft Internet Explorer 11. Upgrade today and set up your project for long term success.
In the final part of our Tame the Content Beast series, we highlight a crucial step in crafting your web content, accessibility. Our simple checklist will help you ensure your content is accessible to everyone.read
Making the web accessible to all should be top of mind when building a new site. Here are some key considerations to think about when taking on a new project, and some of the reasons why you should care about web accessibility.read
The purpose of terminology is to ease conversation and clarify understanding, but can often have the opposite effect. In this blog post, Chris Joe discusses why more thought should be put into the use of terms to increase understanding and reduce exclusion.read
Do you know how accessible your sites are? See the Web Accessibility Standard 1.0 and some tips to help you meet the Standard.read
In this guest post, Zoe Beaucamp gives you PATCH—5 simple but effective ways to start patching up any inaccessible web content.read