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Working with Robert
I am very fortunate to be working with Robert right now, a friend with multiple disabilities who is teaching me much. Together, we work to ensure websites are accessible, at least in terms of using Dragon Naturally Speaking. It's the assistive technology he relies on to get through his day. I find using and understanding the Dragon actually more difficult than using screenreaders, as a user is subject to both visual cues as well as HTML hierarchy on the website.
We are extremely grateful to Robert Beasey, and the accessibility testing he provides for the website. To the right, Robert is testing a form for possible use as a survey to USFSP students
Training the Dragon
Image by Sharon Austin. Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license.
GSS Grid Layout
Robert is heavily reliant on his phone for modern communications. It's important that any layout have a mobile-friendly interface.
I am absolutely entranced with using GSS style sheets, because it takes advantage of such design principles as the Fibonacci Spiral (Golden Mean Ratio, illustrated above). But as gorgeous as they are, tests show they're not ready to be used out of the box for a person like Robert.
IE No Scroll
IE Scroll Screen Capture
Firefox Scroll Screen Capture
Item One: Mouse Over Links need onblur and onfocus
Item Two: Color contrast
Item Three: TH headers in Google tools?
Note:March 30. Fixed with code from above.
Proof of Concept: HushPuppies123
Important! Open in Firefox.
Universal Analytics (UA)
GA Forums on Real-Time Tracking
GA Reference Articles
Forums on Mobile and Responsive
Taking Part in the Process
If a user with mobility disabilities wants to take part in the process, what would it take?
Dragon and Gitter
Accessing the Pages Link
Mouse Grid on a Wide Screen
Scratch and Test Sites
Some Scratch Sites
BW Test Page WP 4.2.2
Mock Site for Training WP 4.2.2
Mock Student Journal WP 4.2.2
Mock Site Co-Author Plugin WP 4.2.2
Robert Test 1 WP 4.2.2
Robert Training TBD
Robert Sparky421 WP 4.2.2
Drupal 7.24 TBD
..And More Scratch Sites
Portal Test One. WP 4.2.2
Portal Test Two. WP 4.2.2
Portal Test 41a WP 4.2.2
Portal Test 41b WP 4.2.2
Multisite Testing 4.1 WP 4.2.2
Network also updated 4.2.2
Database updated 20 May 2015
Multisite Testing 4.2 WP 4.2.2
t29917 Multisite WP 4.2.2
Early Portal Test 41a Certificate (WP 4.2.2)
Early Portal Test 41b Certificate (WP 4.2.2)
And Even More Scratch Sites..
Old site layout Bootstrap V.2
Silent Auction For Veterans WP 4.2.2
Using Grids Example WP 4.2.2
Universal Analytics Tests WP 4.2.2
WP 4.2.2 All Bundled Themes May 2015
WP Security References
Alert Number I-040715a-PSA
April 07, 2015
Southeast Florida Library Information Network (SEFLIN)
(Notes from the live online sessions)
Introduction to WordPress
wordPress and Library Data
Themes in WordPress
Help! I've inherited a Blog!
Widgets (Under Construction)
Notes Setting Up WordPress with JAWS and NVDA
Screenshots of languages below were not announced by JAWS (Version 16, Tested on IE, using Desktop). The languages with the Chinese characters, i.e., Japanese, Chinese long-form and short-form were announced by NVDA (2014.3), but only as "Chinese Characters" (Please note the testing was done with English selected as the language to run. Will retest with other settings). NVDA read the Korean language correctly. In the case of my_MM, it read the first two numbers correctly and then added a third number that did not match the display.