We take accessibility very seriously and make continuous improvements to make the application compliant of WCAG 2.0 standards.
We follow standard convention to make the website Screenreader compliant.
Bypass Blocks: Users can "Skip To" important content by just using the keyboard. The "Skip To" menu appears when the user hits on "Tab".
When you hit the keyboard "Tab", a skip-to pin list appears on the top left side of the website. Hit "Enter" and then hit "Tab" to start navigating the pin list.
When you get to the pin you would like to read or comment on, hit "Enter".
Once on the pin, hit "Tab" to navigate the pin elements.
Keyboard Tab Order - Poster Name, Heading, Content, Vote, Comments, Reply / Comment
Meaningful Sequence: Screen readers view content from left to right. Yellowdig follows a meaningful sequence of HTML structure to make the content easily readable by screenreaders.
Below is the keyboard tab order after skipping the pin list.
1. BoardList 2. Pin content 3. Recent or Popular 4. Search 5. Feed 6. Panel
Keyboard Tab order after hitting on the "Pin" buttin
1. Select Class Board 2. Add Tags 3. Title 4. Content 5. Post
We follow standard convention to make the website more readable
Use of Color
- We do not use color cues in instructions (i.e. click the yellow button)
- We do not use color as the only way to convey information or instructions
Keyboard - We ensure users have the ability to navigate most of the website only with
Keyboard - We do not use design elements that flashes
Page Title - We use unique, and descriptive, page titles to each individual page
Labels or Instructions - We use labels or instructions conveniently
We take accessibility very seriously and consider it as a top priority in our product roadmap. If you or anyone you know would like to report an accessibility issue, please write to us at email@example.com