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The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) provide a global standard of web accessibility. The guidelines are based on four principles that describe what accessible content should be: perceivable, operable, understandable, and robust. Each guideline includes success criteria so that web developers and content creators have a way to measure whether or not their websites meet the needs of individuals and organizations worldwide. Check out The Content Creator’s Ultimate Guide to Web Accessibility for helpful insights.
After checking out, you should receive an email with details about your purchase—including your license key and plugin download.
Additionally, you may use your customer login that was created during checkout to access your account dashboard. Your account dashboard also includes all the information you need and you may access it anytime.
After installing our plugin, the modules from our plugin should appear under the "Accessible" category in the module list.
If you do not see them in the page builder, we recommend reviewing the Beaver Builder settings (in the Modules settings page) and confirming our modules are enabled.
Visit our documentation page for more information about how to use each of the A11y Modules.
At the moment, each license key is limited to activation on one website. We are considering creating a developer license that will allow activations on unlimited websites. Stay tuned!