Website Accessibility Basics

Many libraries have taken steps to address physical accessibility (Americans with Disabilities Act, ADA) of their buildings, and even the accessibility or welcome of programs and services. Websites are a service and resource of the library, so awareness of steps we...

Design and Writing Tools

Jump to Video Websites are just one part of a whole library communication and program marketing package. This tutorial will cover some tools, skills, and ideas for improving your promotion workflow for two key elements: images and text. The message: What are you...

Summer Reading and Your Library Website

Jump to Video This is it! This is what you’ve been training for! You’ve learned to: Make a new blog post for your website and schedule it and set it to expire; Create images and add and manage media in your media library; Clone/copy a page (or know how to...

Connect Matomo Dashboard

Jump to Video Note: this tutorial covers only the Connect Matomo dashboard available in the WordPress dashboard. More detailed analytics can be accessed through an account with https://analytics.iflsweb.org/ – more information on that available in the future....

Alt+Text

Jump to Video Alt+Text, or “alternative text,” is a short, written description of an image. It describes an image that, for some reason, cannot be viewed. This is an especially important feature for people with a visual impairment. Well-written Alt-Text is...

Print, PDF & Email Plugin

Jump to Video The Print, PDF & Email by PrintFriendly plugin is a tool for formatting a page on your website for easy printing by a website visitor. It allows website visitors to convert web pages to PDFs and to share via email. For more information on plugins in...

Accessibility Toolbar

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