Day 13: Enhancing the accessibility of a plugin, a use case

As one of the most popular form plugins, Gravity Forms is widely used by WordPress designers, developers, and users.

Yet for years, Gravity Forms had issues with creating accessible forms.

From poor keyboard support to missing feedback for screenreader users, Gravity Forms committed to doing better as they planned for their release of version 2.5.

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