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Free Website Accessibility JS working with Webflow


#1

Hi, guys! Accessibility in websites in Israel is a law, and every site supposed to have that option. I was really worried how should I implement this thing to my local clients. Recently I’ve found this great JS plugin. And it works great with Webflow. Check out this example (In Hebrew): http://yaelis.webflow.io/

So, it’s named “NagishLi”, which in Hebrew means “Accessible for Me”. Pretty cool! :slight_smile:
It developed by Israeli group “Localize”, and it’s free to use, as soon as you don’t change it. (Please read the license: https://www.nagish.li/license.html)
It works in English and in Hebrew, obviously. Check it out: https://www.nagish.li/index.html
Good luck!


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#2

thank you I was just looking for something like this for my next project. Does it handle all of the webflow features?


#3

You can see the list of features here: https://www.nagish.li/en/index.html


#4

Hi @Ilan_Golan, thank you for bringing to our notice this great plugin. I do have some questions, that maybe you can answer:

  1. Is the plugin working on Safari already?
  2. Is it possible to change the CSS?
  3. Most important - does it cover the aa standard guides?

Thank you,
Naama.


#5

Hi, Naama!

  1. I got it working on final Safari version on my Mac
  2. All the changes you can do check here https://www.nagish.li/en/install.html
  3. According to what’s written on their website, it covers AA standard:

Q: What is the accessibility conformance level of the plugin?
A: The conformance level of the plugin is up to accessibility level AA.

https://www.nagish.li/faq.html


#6

Thank you @Ilan_Golan!


#7