I have a question regarding building some accessibility features for a website I’m working on.
The client works in the accessibility industry and there’s features they would like to add for example “if a user would prefer to read the site with the Dyslexia pro font, they would press a button and the website would store that change for that user or if they want the font size larger they could choose to do that”.
Would this be possible to do in Jekyll if so where would these changes store so that it would cache for that user?
I’d say technically this may be possible but I have not seen any examples of something like this.
I’d think there are best practices on how to do this and there maybe you could find what tech they use to make a site that handles that type of thing.
<script> tags in a single base layout.
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Keep in mind this is not how you usually build an accessible website. People who need accessibility features generally browse the internet using dedicated software that implement these features. Your job regarding accessibility, as a web dev, is to build websites that are compatible with these softwares by following HTML best practices. As usual, the MDN is a great reference to get started on this topic