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Re: Jaws not reading tab labels in Firefox

Gerald Levy
 

Apparently, Firefox 41 is less JAWS friendly than previous versions. Someone on another list discovered that Webvisum does not work with FF 41. So you might want to consider using and earlier version.

Gerald

-----Original Message-----
From: Robert Logue via Jfw
Sent: Saturday, October 24, 2015 9:34 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Cc: Robert Logue
Subject: Jaws not reading tab labels in Firefox

Recently, Jaws is not reading the tab labels in firefox. I'm running
Jaws 16 and Firefox 41.0.2

I'd made some suggested changes to the firefox configuration a while
back that worked till recently.
Now I can't tell what tab I'm selecting from the toolbar.
Jaws just says...
Tool bar
Tab selected
1 of 5
Tool bar
Tab selected
2 of 5
Tool bar
Tab selected
3 of 5
Tool bar
Tab selected
4 of 5
Tool bar
Tab selected
5 of 5

There are also several unlabeled buttons.
Button

I followed steps to restore Firefox now Jaws has trouble reading other
things such as lists in the download, history, favorites, and tags library.

At least I have a backup of the prefs.js file. And, hopefully Still can
find the instructions how to make Firefox more Jaws friendly.

Bob

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Jaws not reading tab labels in Firefox

Robert Logue
 

Recently, Jaws is not reading the tab labels in firefox. I'm running Jaws 16 and Firefox 41.0.2

I'd made some suggested changes to the firefox configuration a while back that worked till recently.
Now I can't tell what tab I'm selecting from the toolbar.
Jaws just says...
Tool bar
Tab selected
1 of 5
Tool bar
Tab selected
2 of 5
Tool bar
Tab selected
3 of 5
Tool bar
Tab selected
4 of 5
Tool bar
Tab selected
5 of 5

There are also several unlabeled buttons.
Button

I followed steps to restore Firefox now Jaws has trouble reading other things such as lists in the download, history, favorites, and tags library.

At least I have a backup of the prefs.js file. And, hopefully Still can find the instructions how to make Firefox more Jaws friendly.

Bob


Re: YouTube question

Adrian Spratt
 

F6 has more than one function on a webpage, so I think alt-d is a better choice. Selecting the address is all it does. Then, as you say, control-c for copy, control-v to paste into the email.

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Sent: Saturday, October 24, 2015 8:10 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Cc: Angel
Subject: Re: YouTube question

While listening or watching the You-Tube link, press the F-6 key on your
keyboard. The address of the link will then be presented. Highlight the
address. Copy it to the clipboard. Using the keys control C. Then paste
the link in your message.
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To: <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Cc: "Sandra Streeter" <sandrastreeter381@gmail.com>
Sent: Friday, October 23, 2015 11:24 PM
Subject: YouTube question


Hello!

Could someone please give me instructions on an easy way to paste YouTube
links into an email, so that I can share interesting videos with the
recipient?

Thanks!


Sandra
“To love another person is to see the face of God.”
(Les Miserables--the musical)
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Re: YouTube question

Angel
 

While listening or watching the You-Tube link, press the F-6 key on your keyboard. The address of the link will then be presented. Highlight the address. Copy it to the clipboard. Using the keys control C. Then paste the link in your message.

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To: <jfw@lists.the-jdh.com>
Cc: "Sandra Streeter" <sandrastreeter381@gmail.com>
Sent: Friday, October 23, 2015 11:24 PM
Subject: YouTube question


Hello!

Could someone please give me instructions on an easy way to paste YouTube links into an email, so that I can share interesting videos with the recipient?

Thanks!


Sandra
“To love another person is to see the face of God.”
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jaws customer scripts and touch screen gestures.

Pablo Morales
 

Good morning all,

I have written some scripts, those scripts are associated with some
keystrokes.

There is a way to associate those scripts to gestures?

For example I have a script that with one keystroke switch the language
between English/Spanish/French. Through scripting is a way to associate a
gesture or the convention of more gestures to a script written by the users?



Thanks

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Re: YouTube question

John Pocs <jpocs@...>
 

Hi Sandra,
I have done this many times
While the Youtube video is streaming, you do Alt+D, then Ctrl+C to copy to clip board
Then you can paste into the email by Ctrl+V
Good luck,

John

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Sent: Friday, October 23, 2015 8:24 PM
To: jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Cc: Sandra Streeter
Subject: YouTube question

Hello!

Could someone please give me instructions on an easy way to paste YouTube links into an email, so that I can share interesting videos with the recipient?

Thanks!


Sandra
“To love another person is to see the face of God.”
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Re: YouTube question

g melconian <gmelconian619@...>
 

Do you have the you tube app on your device like a tablet or a phone. what you could do is go to that particular you tube video that you want to send through email and then share it and in there it gives you the option to send to your email client whatever is the default email client on your mobile devices whether that bea tablet or phone. I hope this helps you out.

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Sent: Friday, October 23, 2015 8:24 PM
To: jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Cc: Sandra Streeter <sandrastreeter381@gmail.com>
Subject: YouTube question

Hello!

Could someone please give me instructions on an easy way to paste YouTube links into an email, so that I can share interesting videos with the recipient?

Thanks!


Sandra
“To love another person is to see the face of God.”
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YouTube question

Sandra Streeter
 

Hello!

Could someone please give me instructions on an easy way to paste YouTube links into an email, so that I can share interesting videos with the recipient?

Thanks!


Sandra
“To love another person is to see the face of God.”
(Les Miserables--the musical)
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Re: accessible web editor

Ron Worley Home <ron65@...>
 

Thank you! This is good stuff as well!

-----Original Message-----
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Howard, Jr. via Jfw
Sent: Wednesday, October 21, 2015 3:02 PM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Cc: Rex Leslie Howard, Jr.
Subject: RE: accessible web editor

You might try www.html-cleaner.com
Give that a shot. If you have any questions, email me directly, mark it as
high priority and put Attention Rex or something specifically related to
HTML editors, etc. I get hundreds of emails a day and sometimes people get
lost in the shuffle if I miss their email the first time through.

You access the toolbars while in the edit fields with alt and thf10 key.
There are some tutorials for that resource but they are kind of vague in
some places.
Your best bet of all would be to get a WordPress account and use that
WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get). It's almost 100 percent accessible
and you can generate the page and copy the code to wherever you need it.
That's kind of a long way around the barn to get to the trough but if you
don't know how WYSIWYG editors work, then it's the best possible place for
you to start. If you do understand WYSIWYG, then use the html cleaner link.
You can create your pages in Microsoft Word and have them really and truly
cleaned for website presentation.
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From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Mo McCleary
via Jfw
Sent: Wednesday, October 21, 2015 8:51 AM
To: 'The Jaws for Windows support list.'
Cc: Mo McCleary
Subject: RE: accessible web editor

I too am interested in a html editor. Sue what do you recommend?

Mo

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From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Sue Bernardo
via Jfw
Sent: Tuesday, October 20, 2015 8:15 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Cc: Sue Bernardo
Subject: Re: accessible web editor

Ron,

Give me a call. I might have a good idea for you on this.

Sue B.

On 10/20/15 5:34 PM, Ron Worley Home via Jfw wrote:
Hey guys,

I have been looking for a web page editor/builder for a couple weeks
now and I am very frustrated that there isn't much out there. Does
anyone know of a html editor that works completely with JAWS so I can
build my web site without writing it in Notepad? If possible, I would
like an editor that I could download to my computer. I have tried
Bluegriffon and CoffeeCup and I cannot find any others. I do not know
if I am even using the correct term such as web editor or html editor.

Thanks



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Re: choosing an account as default in Outlook

Ron Worley Home <ron65@...>
 

I am currently using Outlook 2010; but, I think 2013 is about the same.

1. Press alt+f to open the file menus
2. Down arrow to the info tap; but, do not enter.
3. Tab three times and enter twice on accounts.
4. Now press control tab once to change to the next page.
5. The last area on this page is the list of email accounts that you have on
your machine.
6. Up or down arrow to select the account you want to make default and shift
tab to the set as default account option.
7. Now tab to the close button and press spacebar.
I believe this is what you are looking for!

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From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Lauren Snyder
via Jfw
Sent: Wednesday, October 21, 2015 12:20 PM
To: jfw@lists.the-jdh.com
Cc: Lauren Snyder
Subject: choosing an account as default in Outlook

Hi:



I have 2 mail accounts in Outlook. How do I set the one I want to the
default account so Jaws will go to that in box when I launch Outlook 2013?
Presently, it takes me into my old account's in box.



Sincerely,



Lauren



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Re: Webvisum interfering with Firefox navigation

Adrian Spratt
 

Dave,

Your suggestion solved the Webvisum problem. Sorry for the delayed response, but it's been a busy 24 hours and I was only just now able to test it. The solution is hardly intuitive, so once again, you have me shaking my head.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Dave Carlson via Jfw
Sent: Thursday, October 22, 2015 11:08 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Cc: Dave Carlson
Subject: Re: Webvisum interfering with Firefox navigation

Adrian,

You might have inadvertently set the Tab key to launch Webvizum help. Try
this:

tools
Webvizum
Preferences
Key Bindings
Tab to the list

Then arrow down to Help and tab once to see what keystroke is assigned to
it. Change as necessary.

Dave Carlson
Oregonian, woodworker, Engineer, Musician, and Pioneer

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Sent: Thursday, October 22, 2015 07:05 AM
Subject: Webvisum interfering with Firefox navigation


Verizon must have the most annoying website, which is why I avoid going on
it. However, after receiving double my usual bill amount today, I went
online to find out why. Now they require me to update my password to one
they deem more secure. Unfortunately, IE11 recognizes no username or
password fields, so I had to turn to Firefox. Here, those fields do appear.
However, every time I tab, Webvisum help comes up. When I close out
Webvisum, JAWS can't read anything on the page.

Any ideas?
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Re: Borders in Excel

Steve Griffiths
 

Hi Kevin,

In case you're still interested, read on, but it's a lengthy message!

I was able to do this with a macro in Excel 2013 on Windows 7 using JAWS 16. I don't use the virtual ribbon. If you have different versions, or you use the virtual ribbon, the specific keystrokes may change. Here's what I did.

I had previously made sure the Developer tab was available on the ribbon in Excel - it's not by default. To check whether it's there, press Alt to go to the upper ribbon, then RightArrow across. For me, it's just after the View tab. If it's not there, you need to go into the Options dialogue to turn it on. The keytips for this are Alt, F, T.

DownArrow to Customize Ribbon and then Tab to "Ribbon Tree view Excel Options Home open". DownArrow to Developer. There is a checkbox next to it which JAWS does not announce. Press Space to toggle the setting - JAWS doesn't announce it. Press Enter to close the dialogue and check the ribbon again - the Developer tab should now be there.

Next, open a spreadsheet. Go to the Developer tab with Alt, L, and Tab to "use relative reference". If it's not announced as "checked", press Space to check it. For me, this option defaults to unchecked every time I start Excel.

Checking the option removes you from the ribbon, so press Alt, L to get back to the Developer tab and choose Record Macro, keytip R

A dialogue opens. You have to give your macro a name which has to start with a letter (not a number or punctuation mark) and must not contain spaces.

Tab to the shortcut key edit. All you can specify is a letter. The modifier is already set as Ctrl and can't be changed. I choose Q usually, because it's easy to find!

Tab once more to a "Store macro in" combo box and set it to Personal Macro Workbook if you want it to be available for other spreadsheets.

OK the dialogue and you're finally ready to record the steps you need!
Press Ctrl+1 to open the Format dialogue.
RightArrow to the Border tab
Tab once to the Style list, and DownArrow to "double", which is the last one, and press Space to select it.
Tab once to Line Colour and press Space to open the Colour picker. This is an array and there are a number of ways to navigate it to the colour of your choice. For red, I UpArrow twice to the Standard colour list, then LeftArrow four times. Press Space bar to select it.
Tab twice to the Presets Outline button, and Space to press it.
Press Enter to close the dialogue.

Now stop recording the macro with Alt, L, R - the same keytips you use for start recording.

And that should be it!

In my experience, if you press the keystroke on the wrong cell, you can't press Ctrl+Z to undo it. If you realise you've made a mistake immediately, you can press Ctrl+1 and you're on the right page of the dialogue, so it's just a matter of tabbing to the Presets None button and pressing it.

Last thing to mention is that if you stored the macro in the Personal Macro Workbook, this is a hidden workbook that opens every time you run Excel. To make changes or delete the macro, you have to open Excel, go to the View tab and press Unhide - Alt, W, U. Then you can use Alt+F8 to get to the Macro dialogue and change or remove it.

Have fun!
Steve

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Subject: Borders in Excel

Hello Listers,
Is there a way to set up a keystroke to create a double red border around a particular cel in Excel, please?
Thanks Kevin.
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transferring contacts in outlook 2013

Lauren Snyder
 

Hi:



I am using Jaws 14 and Outlook 2013 on Windows 8.



I have 2 mail accounts. How can I transfer all my old contacts in the
address book to my new email account? Only some came across.



Thank you.





Sincerely,



Lauren



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Re: , a little bit lost Jaws Gestures

Pablo Morales
 

Hey guys,
Looks like this topic is not interesting for all of you at all.
Anyway, maybe it will be something that you will need. Let me tell you how I fixed my problem.
I was getting problems on my tablet with the lock screen, later I was noticing that jaws 16, and jaws 17 weren't working well either.
First, I modified the register to remove the lock screen, in Google you can find the way if you want to remove the lock screen, the lock screen looks like doesn't have a reason to exist.
Talking with freedom scientific, they told me that the last update of jaws 17, that was out a few days ago, fixed my problems. Now the virtual keyboard appears when I need it, and jaws looks more stable on my both tablets.
Moreover, fs told me that jaws 17 will have support for the touch keyboard, like we have in the iPhones and iPads, that we slide our finger on the screen, and we release our finger from the screen, and it type the character that we want.
Jaws on tablets without keyboard is very very good, it is not like a an iPad or an iPhones yet, but we are going on that direction. I am working on my tablet without any keyboard, and there are still many thing that I need to learn, but it is very good.


JAWS 17, Public Beta 3 Released , Wednesday, October 21st, 2015...,

Paul D. J. Jenkins <pdjj6123@...>
 

Greetings!



Please note, direct download links are located at the bottom of this
message. To navigate to them immediately, perform a JAWS Find,
(Control+Insert+F), and search for the next occurrence of "1." Though there
was a non-tandem build of JAWS 17, Public Beta 2, there does not appear to
be a similar option for Public Beta 3. I will be pasting four download
links total. These are the two locations for each of the standard builds.



The following is taken from this URL:

http://www.FreedomScientific.com/downloads/JAWS/JAWSPublicBeta#Enhancements



Enhancements in JAWS 17.0.1008 (Public Beta 3)



The following is a list of improvements made between Public Beta 2 and
Public Beta 3. Note that while many customer reported enhancements are
included in this release, the following is a list of more notable changes.



list of 17 items

. You can now press INSERT+X to temporarily toggle Smart Navigation between
off and Controls and Tables for the current web site. Note that when
toggling Smart Navigation under certain circumstances such as in a table,
focus will not always remain at the location of the toggle. This is because
the virtual document is reformatted as JAWS goes in and out of Screen
Layout.

. When Smart Navigation is set to Controls and Tables and you move left or
right through table cells, JAWS now plays an ascending sound when you move
from the last column of the current row to the first column of the next row
and a descending sound when you move from the first column of the current
row to the last column of the prior row. JAWS also announces the number of
the row you moved to.

. The Braille Format Settings page in the Startup Wizard has been renamed to
Braille Translation Settings to more accurately reflect the settings on this
page. In addition, the Format Subgroup in Settings Center has been renamed
to Translation to make it easier to find when searching.

. Resolved a customer reported issue with controls in the Winamp library not
working as expected with JAWS 17 running.

. Changed the hot key for the Open Domain File option in the Script Manager
File menu to display the correct keystroke, CTRL+SHIFT+W.

. Resolved an issue with performing a search in Microsoft Office
Communicator not working as expected while JAWS is running.

. When configured for Unified English Braille (UEB), resolved a customer
reported issue where the number-sign and underline symbols were not being
displayed correctly.

. Addressed a reported issue where the braille flash message status was
showing the wrong message type in some instances.

. Improved JAWS performance when navigating large web pages in Firefox.

. If a web page is opened through a link in the Results Viewer for Research
It, addressed an issue where JAWS would not announce page content when
pressing TAB.

. JAWS language detection now works in Forms Mode for reading and editing.

. Resolved issues with reading PDF documents that open in an Internet
Explorer window.

. JAWS now reads dialog description text in Internet Explorer that is
assigned using the ARIA-DescribedBy attribute.

. Addressed instances where live region updates were not always being
announced on certain web pages.

. Resolved issues with the Time Search and Reuters Top News Stories Research
It lookup sources not displaying results as expected.

. Improved JAWS support for the Alarms and Clock app in Windows 10.

. Resolved an issue encountered on some systems where you would not hear a
sound when you attempted to type a character with the SHIFT key while the
CAPSLOCK was currently on. JAWS now plays a distinct sound to alert you.

list end



1. Below is the FTP, (File Transfer Protocol), direct download link for the
32 Bit Standard Build.

ftp://ftp.FreedomScientific.com/users/HJ/private/WebFiles/JAWS/J17.0.1008ENU
-X86.EXE



2. Below is the FTP, (File Transfer Protocol), direct download link for the
64 Bit, standard build.

ftp://ftp.FreedomScientific.com/users/HJ/private/WebFiles/JAWS/J17.0.1008ENU
-X64.EXE



3. Below is the HTTP, (Hypertext Terminal Protocol), direct download link
for the 32 Bit, standard build.

http://files.FreedomScientific.com/WebFiles/JAWS/J17.0.1008ENU-X86.EXE



4. Below is the HTTP, (Hypertext Terminal Protocol), direct download link
for the 64 Bit, standard build.

http://files.FreedomScientific.com/WebFiles/JAWS/J17.0.1008ENU-X64.EXE



Enjoy!



Paul

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Playing flash movies

Cliff Self
 

Hi All,

What's the trick to playing flash movies? I've never been able to figure it
out. When they show up, Jaws reads flash movie start, then a bunch of
buttons, some unlabeled, and finally flash movie end. I've tried clicking
on each of the buttons to no avail. Any tips?



Cliff

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Re: , a little bit lostJaws Gesters

Charles Coe
 

Judith,

Received here.

Charles

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Sent: Thursday, October 22, 2015 5:22 AM
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Subject: RE: , a little bit lostJaws Gesters

Can anyone tell me if you still receive my messages on the list? I write questions but they are never posted now days. Best, Judith

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From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Carolyn Arnold via Jfw
Sent: Thursday, October 22, 2015 7:17 AM
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Subject: RE: , a little bit lostJaws Gesters

Rene, thank you. I am so glad to know that list command. It works in Windows 10 for my Desktop. That is like getting a gift.

Bye for now,

Carolyn

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Subject: , a little bit lostJaws Gesters

On 10/21/15, René Herluf Nielsen <renehoster@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi!
As in Windows8.1 you can press ctrl+shift+6 in the row above the
letters to show the contents of a folder in listview.
Today I did the same at the desktop, and now my desktop also is in listview.

Best regards René



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Re: accessible web editor

Rex Leslie Howard, Jr.
 

That's about as good an answer as you could possibly get right there. Mike
that's a great post and you covered it all.
I might add that WordPress is changing all the time. I build websites with it on
a frequent basis and what I was unable to do a year ago is now not a problem.
So, it's something to consider. There is a little learning curve but nothing
like what you would experience with Drupal or Joomla. Personally, I'll never use
Drupal again for any type of website but that's just my opinion and based on
countless and frustrated hours.

What Mike said is spot on.

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Sent: Thursday, October 22, 2015 8:01 AM
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Subject: RE: accessible web editor

Good morning,

The accessible web editor really all depends on your website's requirements. If
you are just building a basic web page, it would be fine to use Word to create
it, and save it as a filtered web page. Another free option for building
websites is KompoZer. KompoZer is a bit outdated (latest stable released in
2007), since it does not follow HTML5 standards, but again it is fine for basic
websites for displaying information. Either way, if you choose to use an HTML
editor, you will still need to know what is going on underneath the hood, to
edit the code.

If you are wanting to get more sophisticated like a contact form, and you are
not a programmer, then I too would recommend WordPress. Also, if you want
interactivity on your site, such as the ability for viewers to post comments,
you will want WordPress. There are two ways you can approach WordPress,
depending on your requirements: wordpress.com, or download the software from
wordpress.org to host yourself, based on your hosting provider. If you do not
wish to pay for WordPress and hosting, and just want a free website for
displaying information and allowing users to comment/you want a contact form,
use wordpress.com. If you want to get fancy and build an e-commerce site,
download WordPress from wordpress.org or look at your hosting provider's
one-click installation options. Many hosting providers have it built in where
you can perform the equivalent of a one-click installation for popular software
like WordPress. It may be under something like Autoinstaller or Simple Scripts,
or could be called Fantastico de Luxe.

If you later decide that you need to get really advanced, you could learn web
design from a programmer's perspective, and learn CSS, JavaScript, PHP, Ruby on
Rails, and/or parts of Java Enterprise Edition like servlets, Java server pages,
Java server faces, etc. I certainly understand where you are coming from, if you
think this seems like a lot of technology. If you need to program, start with
PHP. If you are building a web application for a large enterprise, look more
towards the other technologies I mentioned for servers: Java Enterprise, Ruby on
Rails, etc. Overall, go for cost, and compare each of the technologies, as they
pertain to your requirements. Look at factors like development times for each
decision. I recommend PHP as a starting point though, because it is very
popular. Most web hosting providers also offer a PHP and MySQL solution.
WordPress is powered by PHP and MySQL.

There is plenty you can do with web design, with little or no programming
though, so I would certainly recommend sticking with WordPress or an HTML
editor, if your site is simple in nature, and not reflective of a web
application. If it is meant to be more of an application, you may wish to see
what WordPress can do still. There are thousands of existing plugins that can
extend WordPress. If I wanted a contact form on a contact page, for example, I
would look for an existing plugin that implemented that functionality.

There are even other content management systems like Joomla! and Drupal. In
short, the sky is the limit when it comes to web design. Good luck.

Best regards,
Mike

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Re: Webvisum interfering with Firefox navigation

Carolyn Arnold <4carolyna@...>
 

For Verizon - way easier to call 1-800-922-0204.

Bye for now,

Carolyn

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Subject: Webvisum interfering with Firefox navigation

Verizon must have the most annoying website, which is why I avoid going
on it. However, after receiving double my usual bill amount today, I went
online to find out why. Now they require me to update my password to one
they deem more secure. Unfortunately, IE11 recognizes no username or
password fields, so I had to turn to Firefox. Here, those fields do
appear. However, every time I tab, Webvisum help comes up. When I close
out Webvisum, JAWS can't read anything on the page.

Any ideas?
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Re: Webvisum interfering with Firefox navigation

Dave...
 

Adrian,

You might have inadvertently set the Tab key to launch Webvizum help. Try
this:

tools
Webvizum
Preferences
Key Bindings
Tab to the list

Then arrow down to Help and tab once to see what keystroke is assigned to
it. Change as necessary.

Dave Carlson
Oregonian, woodworker, Engineer, Musician, and Pioneer

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Verizon must have the most annoying website, which is why I avoid going on
it. However, after receiving double my usual bill amount today, I went
online to find out why. Now they require me to update my password to one
they deem more secure. Unfortunately, IE11 recognizes no username or
password fields, so I had to turn to Firefox. Here, those fields do appear.
However, every time I tab, Webvisum help comes up. When I close out
Webvisum, JAWS can't read anything on the page.

Any ideas?
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