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    Kristine Houde

    I’m leading the migration of content from an old website used by our volunteer community association uses to a new template using BoldGrid.I explored your site and “Inspiration” templates to try and identify those that would be WCAG compliant but I’m having a hard time identifying which themes or blocks might fit the bill. Although our site is currently unilingual, I could also see us wanting to post certain events and calls to action in both EN and FR.

    My asks:
    1. Could you identify themes or blocks that meet web accessibility best practices (colour contrast, screen reader friendly, ability for reader to resize font, etc.)
    2. In addition to accessibility, could you identify those themes that can support a multilingual website (ability to toggle between EN and FR webpage.


    Brandon C

    Hi Kris,

    Thanks for reaching out and thanks for using Crio Pro WordPress theme!

    For your situation a plugin like WPML would be best to handle your task of adding multiple languages to your WordPress site. WPML comes in Multilingual blog and Multilingual CMS licensing plans. You’ll need the multilingual CMS plan for eCommerce, page builder support, custom fields, managing translation teams, and some other features.

    It comes with an easy to use interface to add translations and manage multilingual content across your website. WPML supports all post types, taxonomies, custom fields, and strings generated by your WordPress themes and plugins.

    I hope this helps. Please reach back out if you have any other questions for us.

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