Re: [WSG] flat form with check boxes [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

2011-09-12 Thread Darren Lovelock
Hi Chris, Why not make the printable form a word doc or pdf for them to download, rather than coding it into the page as a form or image? That way you wont confuse the users and you have the option of still making the pdf form interactive. If that's not possible then I would use an image for

Re: [WSG] flat form with check boxes [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

2011-09-12 Thread David Thomas
Hi Chris, So what your saying is that your current website has form elements for printing the page and then ticked and submitted like a paper form? There are a few possible ways that you could do this without involving forms that have no submit buttons, because yes it would be confusing for

RE: [WSG] flat form with check boxes [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

2011-09-12 Thread Chris Vickery
Thanks Darren, In our case, it’s a requirement that we use HTML, not PDF or word. Graphical elements are an option and it’s how they’re done at the moment, but I would have thought a Jaws user would find that quite confusing. I would think a checkbox symbol would be better practice because

RE: [WSG] flat form with check boxes [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

2011-09-12 Thread Sam Dwyer
Hey, If you’re looking to include elements on a page (such as a checkbox) that you do not want a screenreader to be able to access and confuse the user with then the best practice is to add role=”presentation” to the element. As defined by the WAI-ARIA spec here

Re: [WSG] flat form with check boxes [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

2011-09-12 Thread Joseph Ortenzi
Intention and purpose is everything. Without a clear idea of either, it's hard to be certain on a reasonable route. If there is no form or submit button, then the checkboxes WILL confuse screen readers. I disagree that5 you want to indicate interaction. no-one benefits from ticking boxes they

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