Concert Accessibility Enhancements

Posted on October 31st, 2017 by

In order to make sure we are reaching all of our audiences, we’ve added a new accessibility plugin to Concert. When editing a page, you can access the plugin from the editor toolbar by clicking on the icon of a person with their arms out. From there it will search for any accessibility issues and help you fix them as they come up.

We ask that you please check your page for any issues before publishing to help ensure that our website continues to reach all possible audiences.

We have also added a new feature to help with the usability of Concert. Have you ever started editing a page, then accidentally went back or hit refresh? If so, you were probably pretty angry when you went back to the page and found that none of your edits were saved. If that happens to you now, all you have to do is click on the icon with the counter-clockwise arrow in the editor toolbar.

We hope you find these new features useful and, as always, appreciate any feedback you may have.
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  1. Joe Lencioni says:

    Nice, does this use axe core under the hood?