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Accessibility Widget

Widget Settings

Widget Settings allow website visitors to configure the accessibility widget and sidebar appearance.

A) Sidebar Size

This setting allows website visitors to adjust the size of the widget sidebar. You can set a default value for this setting from the WordPress Admin > Accessibility Widget > Appearance > Widget Sidebar section of the WordPress admin.

B) Sidebar Position

This setting allows website visitors to adjust the position of the widget sidebar. You can set a default value for this setting from the WordPress Admin > Accessibility Widget > Appearance > Widget Sidebar section of the WordPress admin.

C) Widget Language

This setting allows website visitors to select a language for the Accessibility Widget. You can set a default value for this setting from the WordPress Admin > Accessibility Widget > Settings > Widget Settings section of the WordPress admin.

D) Hide Widget

This setting allows website visitors to hide the Accessibility Widget for up to one week.

  • Once: Will hide the widget until the page is refreshed.
  • Session: Hide the widget until the browser is relaunched.
  • Day: Hide the widget for one day.
  • Week: Hide the widget for one week.

Try It Yourself:

Click the widget button at the bottom-right corner of this page to open the widget sidebar and try any of the settings described above. If you accidentally hide the widget for longer than intended, you can un-hide it by manually clearing your browser cookies.

Accessibility Sidebar > Widget Settings

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