Video Captioning allows the content of web audio and video to be accessible for those with disabilities. It can also be useful for those who are not fluent in a language in which the audio is presented. Video Captioning is not only essential for people to understand your content, but it’s also required by law. Continue reading Web Accessibility: Video Captioning
When uploading an image to your post or media library, you are given an option to add a caption. You simply type in what you want your viewers to read below the image, and then you upload it, and everyone is happy.
But wait! You didn’t add a caption to that one picture, and now you want one. Oh, no! You’ve misspelled “The” in another caption and must fix it. Oh bother! One of your captions is no longer a trendy meme, and now you must remove it. But alas, you only know how to read tutorials instead of exploring the many ways of adding, changing, and removing captions on your own. Well, there’s good news: You’re here just in time, as I was just about to explain all of those things.