alkx — 2013-09-12T16:19:24-04:00 — #1
I have this accordion thing on the front page of this site that I have to make keyboard accessible. Is that possible?
im trying to get the yellow portion (you like research, you are organized, etc) to be keyboard accessible. i've been beating my head against the desk with this. does anyone know what i can do for that?
Alternatively, does anyone know how to code the accordion so it all expanded? taking away the need to click on anything to drop it down.
I appreciate it!
francky — 2013-09-29T16:08:59-04:00 — #2
For the yellow menu items you can delete the tabindex="-1", and they are Tab key accessible.
stomme_poes — 2013-09-30T05:39:09-04:00 — #3
im trying to get the yellow portion (you like research, you are organized, etc) to be keyboard accessible.
I find text stating "You Like Research" and "You Are Organised" but it's not in yellow. Only yellow thing I can see is the main menu, and the functionality it's doing is called "tab panels". There are accessible ones sitting out there you could just crappy-paste.
But since that's not an accordion and doesn't have the text you mention, I'm lost. Where is the accordion?
francky — 2013-10-01T21:49:25-04:00 — #4
My guess was that after posting the question on sept.12, alkx has changed the design, and has put all the "accordion" texts (You Like Research, You are organized, and so on) directly in the main content as alternative. Not so bad.