Re: NVDA and ads blocker
Lino Morales <linomorales001@...>
Pascale I don’t believe these sites violate the ADA. It’s a bit of a stretch to even go that far. I do understand where your coming from because I do visit:
a lot. The only solution is using JAWS’s Flexible Web feature which is beyond the scope of this list. The sites are a bear to navigate that’s for sure.
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Subject: [nvda] NVDA and ads blocker
Today some pages are so riddled with long links that are ads, some of which are several lines long, making reading with a screen reader very annoying and difficult. Example of pages are Breitbart.com, wnd.com… they are becoming very common which, in my view, is a violation of the ADA that we may need to look into and report.
Is there any way to skip the ads? Is there a freeware ads blocker that works well with NVDA?
Any suggestion is greatly appreciated.