Last modified: April 24, 2013
WordPress 3.0 came out with a new default theme: Twenty Ten. The theme is compared to Kubrick an improvement, but still has mostly the same accessibility issues as its forerunner, e.g. not enough contrast in colors, few improvements for keyboard users and you get no real information about user’s location within a web page.
This is where Accessible 1.0 get’s into: a child theme for the default theme Twenty Ten to get the parent theme more accessible. You get all functionality of Twenty Ten plus accessible features of the child theme. That’s a nice deal. :)
And: the child theme uses no templates, only a css file and some programming in functions.php. That’s all. Accessible 1.0 should only be a small accessible enhancement.
You find all informations about Accessible 1.0 on a new site – Accessible WordPress. Please follow updates and download the accessible child theme there: WordPress Child Theme for Twenty Ten: Accessible TwentyTen.