There are many content management systems available to help you build your website. Common examples include Drupal and WordPress, but there are many other options available.

Once you’ve chosen a CMS that suits your needs, make sure to choose a theme/template that is accessible. Consult the theme’s documentation for notes on accessibility and tips for creating accessible content and layouts for that theme. Be sure to follow the same guidelines when selecting modules, plugins, or widgets.

For elements like editing toolbars and video players, make sure that they support creating accessible content. For example, editing toolbars should include options for headings and accessible tables, and video players should include closed captioning. The CMS administration options (such as creating a blog post or posting a comment) should be accessible as well.

1-Stop Design Shop can design your website on these content management systems and train you on how to use them to make your own updates.