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[Resolved] Accessibility Widget Doesn't Work

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  • Can any one help with the Accessibility Widget? I installed it, but when I click the icons, the text size doesn’t change …
    Please help!

    Plugin Author Lorna Timbah

    @webgrrrl

    I’ll take a look and test the widget in your site if you still have it there.

    I’ll admit that this plugin still needs a lot done to make it work. It’ll be great to hear more feedback from you should you be able to solve it.

    phuile: maybe you made the same mistake I did when I first installed this plugin. I assumed it would work immediately ‘out of the box’. However, you need to set the text tags you want the plugin to affect. The only tag that comes already entered into the widget is ‘body’. I just added p,th,ul and now it works perfectly!

    webgrrrl: I just installed your widget on a different theme and it wants to put the different sizes of ‘A’s under eachother instead of beside eachother as they should be.
    So, instead of:
    A A A A
    it’s putting it like this:
    A
    A
    A
    A
    and that takes up way too much room down the sidebar.
    You can see what I mean here
    Any ideas what I can do?
    Thanks.

    Plugin Author Lorna Timbah

    @webgrrrl

    @phuile: morandan’s right. You need to add the required HTML tags that needs resizing, such as H1, H2, P, LI and so on. (come to think of it, I should have just made them as default settings, shouldn’t I?

    @morandan: I’ve taken a look at your site. The culprit is the following in the style.css file, line 267:-

    .sidebarbox ul li a:link, .sidebarbox ul li a:visited {
    display: block;
    padding: 5px;
    }

    You need to comment out the display (Option 1), or change block to inline (Option 2), like so:-

    Option 1

    .sidebarbox ul li a:link, .sidebarbox ul li a:visited {
    /* display: block; */
    padding: 5px;
    }

    Option 2

    .sidebarbox ul li a:link, .sidebarbox ul li a:visited {
    display: inline;
    padding: 5px;
    }

    Let me know if you still have a problem with it.

    Thanks so much, webgrrrl, I used option 2 and that worked perfectly.

    Plugin Author Lorna Timbah

    @webgrrrl

    @morandan: Glad it did. Thanks for trying the widget out.

    @phuile: I’m going to mark this topic as Resolved, but feel free to change it if you’re still having this issue.

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