Did you know that certain empty tags can lower your website’s accessibility ranking?
Sometimes, well-meaning content creators accidentally create empty container tags when uploading content to a website. They might be using empty container tags to space content, for example. Or they may have brought them into the code when they copied and pasted content into CKEditor (Drupal’s default WYSIWYG editor).
Luckily, there’s an easy way to enforce empty tag removals at the CKEditor level! This session will introduce you to a handy Drupal plugin that ensures no empty tags sneak into the front-end. It ships with a predefined list of tags to filter out, which can be easily updated in the Drupal back-end.
Come along to:
- Gain knowledge of accessibility best practices
- Learn how to enforce accessibility practices in the front-end and back-end using a CKEditor plugin
- Watch a live walkthrough of the accessibility enforcer Drupal module