• Resolved svengalichimp


    Trying to make site ADA compliant. Disabled users need “onkeypress” rather than “onclick” as some must tab through elements rather than using a mouse. I can’t edit the code as new updates to plugin would override. Suggestions?

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  • Plugin Support Zhanna Khachatryan


    Hi @svengalichimp,

    Thanks for your inquiry.

    Dear user, we don’t have ADA compliance now, but you can try this solution.

    To open the lightbox please add the below JS code, in a JS file which will not be updated, your theme may have such a section for custom JS. If it doesn’t have you can install such a plugin that allows adding custom JS there are some free such plugins available.

    jQuery( ".bwg_lightbox .bwg-item0, .bwg_lightbox .bwg_slide, .bwg_lightbox .bwg-carousel-image, .bwg_lightbox .bwg-title1" ).on("onkeypress", function ( event ) {
       var that = jQuery(this).closest('a');
       if ( !bwg_touch_flag ) {
         bwg_touch_flag = true;
         setTimeout( function () {
           bwg_touch_flag = false;
         }, 100 );
         bwg_gallery_box( jQuery( that ).attr( "data-image-id" ), jQuery( that ).closest( '.bwg_container' ) );
         return false;
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