Hey, everyone! Anybody have any clues about how to give my nav items and the dropdown items a tab index and actually have it work with a screen reader? Having some issues with it. I would appreciate any help you could provide!!!
Anyone??? I have switched all the HTML 5 tags to nav like they should be, but dropdowns are ignored by the screen reader. I’d really appreciate some help if there are any experts out there! @PixelGeek - any ideas??
@vincent you have any experience on this front?
Yes, sir! My one issue is that the screen reader is skipping the dropdowns in the nav.
I thought you were asking me. Lol. My bad. I’ve hand coded them before - just struggling to get the webflow menu compliant. I may just hand code with an HTML embed and come back and try to figure out how to do it in the designer. If I get that far, I’ll share what I learn.
Haha. Sorry about that Riley. Accessibility is one of my big interests in the web design world, but I haven’t worked on this particular issue you’re having. Just know Vincent has dug around in this corner a fair bit.
Sorry for the confusion and good luck! I’ll be keeping an eye out.
Thanks, @jmw! I appreciate it! And no worries, I completely understand.
I don’t disagree, sir. Pretty sure we’d all be pretty psyched to work with Sara!
I do a lot of work for schools and government entities and having this built into Webflow would be AMAZING! Maybe I need to head on over to the Wish List and add it!
Accessibility it’s not a popular request for the webflow community!
I haven’t seen @vincent around for a while.
I think he made a couple million francs and went on vacation.
LOL. Here’s hoping that’s exactly what happened.
That’s a bummer. It’s such a big deal. we want our sites to look good and function for everyone! I’ll just keep hoping that this get’s integrated. Until, then I’m happy to work around it!
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