One Million Flavours was created with accessibility in mind. I wanted the website to be enjoyed by anyone and anywhere, regardless of technology or ability. I have attempted to make the website accessibile to the best of my knowledge and ability at this time. For this reason, I developed the WordPress theme avoiding Javascript as a way to show contents. I developed any piece has been developed with HTML, CSS and PHP. Javascript has been used just as a progressive enhancement as suggested in any best practice. In fact, also the hamburger menu used to toggle the navigation menu for mobile devices has been developed with accessibility in mind: HTML and CSS vanilla — hihihi sorry, I couldn’t help. I had to say “vanilla” ;).

The One Million Flavours website uses ARIA roles where possible so that screen readers can read the content labels properly. It uses HTML5 tags that define hierarchy of content and structure.

I aimed to follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to the best of by knowledge and ability. The code of this website is compliant with the W3C’s standards for HTML and CSS.

The website has been tested on different browsers (Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Internet Explore, Edge) and devices and or Operating System (MAC iOS, Windows 10, Android) as well as having the colour contrast tested on Contrast Ratio and the inspect element tool available for Chrome.

Although some efforts for accessibility have been made, I would love to hear from you if you experience any difficulty while browsing through One Million Flavours. Please email me at hello[@] with any comments and/or suggestions for improvement.