How do you see these tabs? Do you see them visually or using
another screen-reader? If I start at the top and move down the
page you linked to, I see the following four links in this
Videos, Playlists, Community, Channels
You didn't list all the tabs but they sound as though they
are the same as I see as links. I see many sites with tabs, see
the New York Times Home Page:
and look rather near the bottom of the page. At this point,
I don't know if you are actually asking about tabs. You may be
asking about links that look to sighted users like tabs. I'm
not assuming you are doing what I will now discuss, but I'm
discussing these matters because I don't know and to help others
who may be following the thread.
Never believe or assume anything based on what you see. Look
at the site in detail before you conclude something isn't there
and don't let a difference instructure fool you. If you see
something visually as a tab and you find a link with exactly the
same wording, it's very likely the same thing but shown to
sighted people as one thing and which a screen-reader sees as
another. Are these links what I think you are seeing as tabs?
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Sent: Sunday, November 04, 2018 10:34 PM
Subject: [nvda] NVDA navigating tab element in
Some web page has the "tab" elements ,the following are two
In youtube, each channel, at the top there are four tab e.g.
playlist, etc like that one:https://www.youtube.com/user/Apple
also like the qtranslate page, there are few tabs like How to
dictionary?; What's new in 6.7.1? etc in
As far as I know currently NVDA do not have any keystroke to
those tab element, isn't it?
Will there be any work on that?