User1st is committed to making this website accessible to the broadest possible audience, regardless of technology or physical capability. To this end, we are working constantly to improve the overall usability of the site, using Web site Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Level AA Success Criteria.
If you have any questions or suggestions regarding the use of this site, please contact us.
Accessibility features on wcag.online
We have applied many features on wcag.online to help you navigate the site. Following is a comprehensive list which we encourage you to read. We have included useful ways to help navigate some of the more complex widgets such as calendar controls as well as detail where we are currently facing challenges. We have tested the usability of our site and to enhance and improve upon the experience for you. As mentioned previously, we have built wcag.online to WCAG 2.0 Level AA and have created a site that works well with NVDA and FireFox. We recommend using the latest versions of these screen readers. This is our first step and we will be building on this to include better support for other screen readers in the near future.
Skip to content: The Moodle theme features a skip to content link at the top of the page before our logo to help you navigate the page.
Images: We have applied descriptive alt tags to all images.
Forms: All forms are accessible from the keyboard and have programmatic labels so that you can understand what the form field is. In various places across our site we are using custom form fields and have worked hard to maintain a standard interaction.
Adapt SCORM Content Features
Accessibilty button: The Adapt SCORM content features a button to toggle tabbed navigation of the content. When the SCORM content launches, focus is set on the accessibility button. Hit Enter to enable full accessibilty features.
Skip to content: The Adapt SCORM content features a skip to content link at the top of the page before our logo to help you navigate the page.
Images: By default, the Adapt learning Framework applies
aria-label descriptions to
<img> tags. We have modified some Adapt plugins and core functions to add
alt tags to images, but there may be places where the default
aria-label is not accompanied by an
Forms: All forms are accessible from the keyboard and have programmatic labels so that you can understand what the form field is. In various places across our booking engine we are using custom form fields and have worked hard to maintain a standard interaction. Multiple choice questions in the Adapt Framework are navigated by tabs instead of in forms mode.
Tables: All complex tables have summaries. Table cells are navigated by tabbing.
Headings: The Adapt Framework applies
aria-level attributes to
<div> tags to designate headings.
Links: To preserve the SCORM API, SCORM external links must be opened in a new window. We have provided descriptive link names and
aria-haspopup attritubes to links in the Adapt Framework content.
Moodle Theme Sidebar: The Moodle theme is fully tab navigable with the exception of the collapsed drawer sidebar. To make the drawer tab navigable, put the drawer in a permanently expanded state by selecting the "Maximize Menu" button in the drawer.
Adapt Multiple Choice Questions: Multiple choice questions in the Adapt Framework are navigated by tabs instead of in forms mode.
Adapt Header Tab Order: Because of floated elements in the SCORM header in the Adapt learning framework, tab order is non-intuitive. All elements in the header are tab-accessible. This issue may be taken up in future iterations of the Adapt Framework or the User1st theme applied to the framework content.
Adapt Drawer Tab Order and Shift + Tab: The SCORM content published using the Adapt Learning Framework features an animated sidebar referred to as a drawer. The contents of the drawer are fully tab-navigable when tabbing forward, but the tab order is slightly non-intuitive, with the focus going to the back button before the close button. it is also possible to
SHIFT + TAB out of the drawer into the browser address bar. These issues are under investigation and we hope to resolve them in a subsequent iteration of the User1st theme applied to the SCORM content.