The WordPress platform maintains a commitment to Accessibility so that anyone can have access to pages, including those who are visually impaired, handicapped, users on mobile devices as well as those trying to connect to the Internet with old browsers and dial up connections.
WordPress has a built-in accessibility mode that can be turned on and off for the widgets page. If you’re ever stuck in a situation where you can’t move your widgets through drag-and-drop, you can quickly and easily turn on “Accessibility Mode” through the Screen Options menu:
When accessibility mode is turned on you’ll be able to manipulate your widgets using the “Add” and “Edit” links:
You may not use this option very much right now, but someday when you’re in a pinch on a mobile device that doesn’t support drag-and-drop, just remember that you still have a way to use your widgets.
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