I hope I can do an effective job of explaining the situation I’m trying to address here.
I use a screen access program called jaws which converts onscreen text and tagged graphics to computerized speech through the pc soundcard. This is the most commonly used means for blind computer users to access their computers and the Internet.
In using WordPress, I’m finding much of the admin and user interface to be accessible to me; however, I am unable to trigger the links that follow when creating or managing posts, pages, categories, etc.
These include the plugin triggers and the other tabs for comments, privacy, page numbering, etc. I viewed the source of the post page and see that there appears to be URL’s for these items, but they are not clickable with my program as are those found above the text entry area.
My question is, is there a plugin, or setting I can use that will render these items in standard hyperlinks, or maybe even a way to easily code them as links myself? This really does hamper my access to WordPress and I hope you have some ideas.
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