Years ago, I didn’t understand what designing websites for accessibility really meant. I thought that accessibility guidelines would only benefit a few users, that they would introduce unsatisfying design limitations, and that following them would take more time and money.
WordPress now powers more than twenty percent of all sites on the internet — and with that comes an ever-increasing need for WordPress support.
Our team worked with Pantheon to launch and run Chalkbeat’s new platform: a multisite WordPress network which includes Chalkbeat New York, Chalkbeat Colorado, Chalkbeat Indiana and Chalkbeat Tennessee.
Highlighted in Pantheon’s WordPress launch case study, we detail why it’s crucial to use the right hosting for big and complex sites, why we chose Pantheon for some of our WordPress clients and the situations when it was the right fit.
We’re presenting a webinar with Josh Koenig, Pantheon Co-Founder & Evangelist on March 26th at 12pm PT. We’ll discuss how we worked together with Pantheon to launch WordPress sites for some of the biggest digital publishers and content producers.