Support » Theme: raindrops » accessibility-ready tag

  • Resolved Joe Dolson

    (@joedolson)


    Hi, nobita; we went through the accessibility-ready process with this theme, but it appears to have regressed, requiring an accessibility mode to be turned on. For the accessibility-ready tag, the default view of the site must meet the accessibility-ready guidelines.

    You can either change the defaults, add a reasonable keyboard :focus state for the default view, or remove the accessibility-ready tag.

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  • Theme Author nobita

    (@nobita)

    Hi Joe Dolson

    In the next version, I’ll try to change the default accessibility mode.

    All important if the user or judge. Look at the reaction of the user to determine that future

    Thank you.

    Theme Author nobita

    (@nobita)

    http://make.wordpress.org/themes/guidelines/guidelines-accessibility/

    I tried to re-read the guidelines, but I do not know where what you showed is, whether it is described.

    Can you show the part of the meaning that it must not have this feature, if possible, by default?

    Joe Dolson

    (@joedolson)

    Unless a clearly labelled accessible color scheme is available within the theme, the default settings will be the only color scheme checked. If a theme offers multiple color schemes, only one scheme is required to pass these guidelines.

    The primary issue in your theme at this time is a lack of visible keyboard focus; this is both a contrast issue and a keyboard accessibility issue, and the contrast section stipulates that only the default scheme will be checked. Having to activate an accessibility mode in order to have visible keyboard focus does not meet the requirements.

    Thanks for responding!

    Theme Author nobita

    (@nobita)

    Now Upload raindrops1.210

    Please accessibility rebiew.

    https://themes.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/18210

    Thank you.

    Theme Author nobita

    (@nobita)

    Raindrops 1.210 live

    Change resolved.

    Thank you.

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