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Collaborate Accessibility
Product DocumentationJan 28, 2016
Article #: 000058645
—This article discusses accessibility within Collaborate.
Collaborate Chat Accessibility Menu
Product DocumentationDec 15, 2016
Article #: 000071135
—Collaborate chat menu Accessibility features.
Original Quick Links Tool Flashing Violates Accessibility Standard
Known IssueJan 28, 2022
Article #: 000076132
Tab Keyboard Accessibility Issue
Known IssueNov 05, 2021
Article #: 000075778
—Learn is not navigating through elements in the expected order when using the tab keyboard.
Ally Accessibility Report Shows Either Deleted Files or Files not in the Course
Known IssueJul 08, 2022
Article #: 000075724
—The course accessibility report shows several files that the user either deleted or that were never in the course to begin with.
Box Accessibility Issues
Known IssueOct 04, 2018
Article #: 000064983
—Box Accessibility issues.
Insufficient Course Menu Icon Contrast Causes Accessibility Issue
Known IssueJun 29, 2019
Article #: 000055867
—The Home and Collapse Icons in the Course Menu do not have enough contrast, this can cause Accessibility issues.
File Listed in Accessibility Report Not Found in Course
Known IssueNov 18, 2021
Article #: 000076031
—File listed in Accessibility Report not found in course.
Accessibility Issue with Learning Module TOC List Structure
Known IssueDec 29, 2017
Article #: 000063484
—HTML content that appears as a list needs to have list markup. Screen readers convey information about lists to the User such as how many items are in the list and whether or not the list is structured. Without proper markups, this can not take place.
Insufficient Contrast for Text Causes Accessibility Issues in the Learn 2016 Theme
Known IssueNov 23, 2020
Article #: 000060013
—In the Learn 2016 theme, text color for hover text is presented as #C372D2 on top of #333333, which does not meet color contrast guidelines for normal text. This makes the theme non-compliant with WCAG. The use of #C372D2 for text should be replaced with #E3B7EB instead, which is correctly used for keyboard selection workflows.