Hi Martin, I took a look at the post you mentioned, but in that patch the div
node is still being appended to the document.body node, resulting in the
behavior i'm seeing. However I have to admit that appending the new div node
to the placeholder is just a nice to have. A more appropriate solution for
making the modal window more accessible would be the outer div element to
have a role='dialog' attribute along with an aria-labelledBy='<title text
element id>' attribute, like showed below:

line 1170 of modal.js:

"<div class=\&quot;wicket-modal\&quot;
id=\&quot;&quot;+idWindow+&quot;\&quot; role=\&quot;dialog\&quot;
style=\&quot;top: 10px; left: 10px; width: 100px;\&quot;>

This will appropriately alert the screen readers when the modal is shown.
Following with accessibility findings, i also posted


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