This section is focusing primarily on Moodle, and the learning materials you host in it.
There are many other online learning platforms and digital tools that you might also use to enhance learning, but some of them may present accessibility issues to one or more groups of students (and not necessarily just those with a disability).
Wherever possible, you should ensure that the platforms and tools you use are accessible. Where they aren't, you should understand and anticipate accessibility issues that might arise so you can provide alternatives or additional support to those students who struggle to use these platforms and tools.
You should not be discouraged from innovative teaching that will benefit the majority for fear of disadvantaging a very small number of students.