4 Things You Can Do Now to Make Your Website More Accessible To Others

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A problem with the internet, and with the world in general, is that we put preferential treatment into building things that work for people who are able and able-bodied. When we say able, we mean people who can walk (and walk easily), people who are sighted or can see well, or any other variety of […]

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How do I Write Good Alt Text?

What is alternative text (alt text) and what does it do?

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When it comes to web accessibility, we may have new features such as Google’s ability to discern animals, shapes, and otherwise from images themselves, but much of a search engine’s ability to “see” images isn’t rooted in deep dream technology. Crawlers use a lot of contextual items to discern what your image is about and […]

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Think Again Training Site Launch

Site Launch: Think Again Training, LLC

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hasOptimization is proud to announce the launch of a new website for Think Again Training, LLC a training and consultation services company that provides social awareness training for diversity and social justice issues. Owner Davey Shlasko came to us in search of a new layout. The old layout was not entirely mobile-friendly, and was a […]

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How to Show WordPress Featured Images in MailChimp RSS – Without a Plugin

Posted 1 CommentPosted in Development, Web Development and Redesign, WordPress

We’ve already gone through how to get featured images/blog post images to show in MailChimp with the Featured Image in RSS plugin, but perhaps you don’t want to use a plugin. Maybe you’re looking for a way to edit your RSS feed without putting yet another plugin into your WordPress install. Never fear! We can […]

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