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How do I install accessiBe on a WordPress website?

Installing accessiBe on the WordPress system is very simple and takes about 2 minutes. Immediately after installation, our system will make your site fully accessible. In order to install accessiBe on your WordPress site, follow these steps:

Please note: the instructions below explain how to install accessiBe without our own dedicated WordPress plugin. To use our WordPress plugin please visit accessiBe Official WordPress Plugin

  • Log into your site management.
  • On the main menu click on Plugins -> Add New.

  • On the Search Plugins screen, use the search field on the right and search for "accessiBe".

  • Once you see the accessiBe plugin, click ‘Install Now

  • To activate it on your site, go to ‘Installed Plugins’ and click ‘Activate’. Then, move forward to 'Settings'.

  • In the blank field, paste the implementation script you received from us when you registered your site for our service. If you do not have an implementation script go to your accessiBe account, click on the ‘Installation’ tab. You also have the option to choose the ‘Advanced & Customized Installation’ if you have decided to customize the solution according to your website’s brand design.
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  •  After pasting the script, click "Save".

Congratulations! You’ve officially implemented accessiBe onto your WordPress site. Now your website is accessible to people with disabilities and compliant with the ADA Title III and the WCAG 2.1. 

We’re happy to support you on your journey to web accessibility!

 

Please note: If you do not see accessiBe on your site, it is probably because you have a "Cache" plugin. Plugins like this allow your site to load faster but prevent the changes you make to take effect on your site. In order for the change to be assimilated and accessiBe to show up, you must "refresh" that plugin.

There are quite a few plugins that do "Cache" that may be installed on your site, and we do not know which of them your site builder chose to install. If you do not know, please contact him, so he can explain it. Or, contact us, and we'll try to help.

In any case, the most popular plugins that do this, which you can search in your management system are W3 Total Cache, WP Super Cache, WP Rocket, Hyper Cache, Cachify, and more. If one of them appears on your system, select it and look for the refresh button or delete the cache files.

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