Camel Caser makes it easy to create accessible hashtags by capitalizing the first letter of each word in a hashtag while removing all non-hashtagable characters and spaces. Camel Case differs from Title Case in that all words are capitalized. It turns “really cool stuff to see” into “#ReallyCoolStuffToSee”
Capitalizing each word makes hashtags easier to read, and is friendlier for people with dyslexia or cognitive disabilities. Without capitlization, it’s harder to parse the words that make up a hashtag.
Camel case makes it easier for screen readers to speak hashtags for blind users. Without capitalization, screen readers read a hashtag as a single word which can be difficult and frustrating for blind users. With Camel Case, screen readers speak each word in a hashtag, making it easier for blind users to understand and follow along.
#MakeYourHashtagsAccessible with Camel Caser.
The capitalization of each word makes it easier to read the hashtag, and is friendlier for people with dyslexia or cognitive disabilities.
Without capitalization, screen readers will try to read the entire hashtag as one single word. With Camel Case, screen readers will speak each word that makes up the hashtag.