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Video Players

Video Players

Video players need to allow keyboard access. Standard Guideline 2.1.3 Keyboard (No Exception) (Level AAA) All page functionality is available from the keyboard. Section 508 Compliance: Section 1194.21 Software Applications and Operating Systems (b) When software is designed to run on a system that has a keyboard, product

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Keyboard Access

Keyboard Access

CCC Navigation links cannot be accessed via keyboard. Users are unable to access the navigation links on a webpage if they use only their keyboard. Example of Issue A user with paralysis who relies on a keyboard for navigation is unable to access the navigation links on a

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Visual Focus

Visual Focus

There is inconsistent indication of visual focus, making it difficult for a non-mouse user to effectively navigate the system. Users who are unable to use a mouse to access a webpage are unable to track where they are on the screen. There is no consistent indication of visual

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Skip Nav

Skip Nav

Skip Nav link does not redirect keyboard control to the main content area; also, skipnavs are only perceivable by screen-readers, not by keyboard users with vision. When user tries to go back to the beginning of the main content by using the link at the top of the

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Activity Access with No Mouse

Activity Access with No Mouse

Most games, although technically not requiring mouse or vision, were so difficult to do without a mouse and vision that they were not an equivalent learning experience. Users with visual impairments doing online activities such as games and using only a keyboard are having a hard time using

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Keyboard Navigation

Keyboard Navigation

LMS keyboard navigation is not intuitive, and some controls are skipped when navigating via keyboard. Users with visual impairments need to be able to operate a keyboard to view content. They are unable to use devices such as mice that require eye-hand coordination. Also, people with mobility impairments

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