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Well as a tester of websites myself, having tested a lot of
sites, a lot of things can work out the box but bar banks and the
like a lot of stuff can be accessible.
They shouldn't annoy.
The only time I have actually popped between so called accessible
and non accessible sites is when the site in question does not
display things in the right mode.
On 23/10/2020 6:55 am, Hope Williamson
I use a screen reader, and I still think they're annoying.
Maybe that's just me, though. They get in the way.
On 10/22/2020 10:51 AM, Brian Vogel
On Thu, Oct 22,
2020 at 01:25 PM, Luke Robinett wrote:
you know when you hear those options at the top of a
page to jump to navigation, jump to main content, etc.? Those
options don’t appear for sighted users.
Yup. Those of us (I'm sighted) who've never touched a screen
reader never even know they're there. These features are the
Mr. Cellophane of web coding for the sighted (and for those who
don't get the reference, go to YouTube and look up cellophane
There are all sorts of things done to improve accessibility that
are intentionally hidden from view because they're useless (and
would be darned annoying, actually) unless you happen to be
using a screen reader.
Brian - Windows
10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041
It’s hard waking up and
realizing it’s not always black and white.