Feature #18842


Launch/placement for accessibility content

Added by Colin McDonald 6 months ago. Updated 15 days ago.

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Thanks to Scott and all who contributed to our draft of updated info regarding accessibility on the Commons. The latest draft is here if anyone wants to look:

As Matt comments in the text, we want to split the content in half, with part going on the Help site (which Scott is already working on) and part going on a standalone page on the main site.

Boone, can I create a standalone page using my Commons admin account and just adding a new Page in the Wordpress dashboard? Is it best for me to choose a certain template, copy an existing page, etc?

Then we've discussed linking that new page from a few places:

- In the footer near Privacy and Terms of Service (can I update this, or is it better for Dev to?)
- In the blade on the About page above Project Staff that links to Privacy Policy et al (I can do this in Wordpress)
- If that blade link isn't prominent enough, we could also put a link on About in the top section near (or as part of?) the Mission Statement, or put something more notable underneath Project Staff, perhaps above Site Governance with a sentence or two.

We've also talked about setting up a News post about this, but I'm not clear yet on how/whether this will reframe/appropriate content from the draft we've been working on or add a new spin.

We'll also link the new page to the help site pages and vice versa as a final step. Please jump in with any steps or ideas I've missed!


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