moderated Re: Website Problems
Richard Turner <richardturner42@...>
I suggest calling them and asking about using more accessible formatting:
I found their contact number under account settings after clicking on a couple other links. I hope it is worth your trouble.
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From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Curtis Chong
Sent: Saturday, August 21, 2021 9:26 AM
Subject: Re: Website Problems
I took a quick look at this. The newspaper is, at best, clunky to read. With some experimentation and proper settings, you might be able to read the articles but not without a lot of up front work. There is even a listen option which produces speech which is abominably slow. It is not simply that the pages are pictures of text.
I am using JAWS latest and Chrome latest.
I can only access information using a braille display, so those using speech may have a different experience to me. But that site doesn’t like the usual JAWS HTML Navigation that’s for sure. Headings, Links, etc … but I can navigate it using TAB – although I don’t know if I am getting all of the information on the page.
I am reasonably skilled in using JFW but I am at a loss in figuring out how to access content on my local newspaper site. Can any of the mor advanced JFW users make any suggestions? I should add that I am using Jaws with the latest edition of both JFW and Chrome.
Thanks in advance,