Learn about current screen reader and keyboard accessible Webflow elements, as well as future plans for more accessible elements.
You can find and add elements to your project (e.g., sections, buttons, images, etc.) from the Add Elements panel of the Designer. The elements marked as “Accessible” in the table below provide screen reader and keyboard navigation support without the need for custom code, though you will need to add focused state styles for some elements to make them fully keyboard accessible.
To make Tab, Dropdown, Slider, and Navbar elements fully keyboard accessible, you’ll need to set a focus style (known as “visual focus”) on the focused state so site visitors can better wayfind when using a keyboard to navigate. Visual focus adds a visible indicator on the active elements while navigating and is necessary for people who primarily use the keyboard to navigate, like those with reduced mobility or even power users. Learn more about styling the focused state.
You can also ensure these elements are accessible by using sufficient color contrast between your element’s text and the element or page’s background colors. Learn more about contrast ratios.
We are continually updating our most highly used elements to be more accessible and will keep you updated as we push more improvements.
We welcome your feedback on accessibility. Please contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also invite you to engage with us and others on the Webflow Forum. And you can help us build a more accessible product for you and your site visitors by sharing your ideas in the Webflow Wishlist.
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