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Bubble Websites and Accessibility


#1

Is it possible to create a Bubble website that conforms to accessibility standards? Has anyone had that as a requirement for any of their projects?

My sense is that Bubble is seen primarily as a tool for entrepreneurs and start-ups, but as it grows in popularity, its appeal will broaden, and its potential applications [and website audiences] will become more diverse; and accessibility might become more of an issue.

Generating semantic mark-up is not currently one of Bubble’s strongest suits, although I have noticed that for some elements, the HTML tag can be specified in the property editor; but that’s actually identified as an SEO feature.

Anyway, just curious if others have given this any thought, and I’d be interested to know if it’s even on @Bubble’s radar.


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#2

That’s a good question. I’m really curious about this too, especially as it pertains to inputs (and labels and ESPECIALLY tabbing index). I haven’t seen anything about it and don’t necessarily see how it could work necessarily given the way pages are assembled, but +1 from me.


#3

It is on our list of things to investigate and improve on, but not for the near future, unfortunately.

We’ll keep you guys updated on this thread.


#4

Great to know it’s on the radar, @emmanuel. I’d be more proactive in approaching local gov’t orgs and businesses if accessibility wasn’t an issue. (Gotta fund my own entrepreneurial endeavors somehow. :wink:)

Thanks for letting us know!