Our platform was updated to become more accessible to users with disabilities through ARIA attributes in HTML.
ARIA is short for Accessible Rich Internet Applications and it uses specific attributes in HTML to allow our software to become more accessible to users with disabilities that use assistive technology. Examples of these technologies are screen readers and text-to-speech applications.
We’ve made changes to the front-end experience to comply with ADA guidelines for an improved user experience during onboarding and payments.
From the back-end, head to Project Settings –> Appearance and toggle the setting for Accessibility Color Theme to on.
The toggle enables indicators to display on the focused element, increases the size of the font/button size of various elements such as Create Account, Login, Go to Next Step, etc.
The theme also changes the colors of the completed fields/underline/checkmarks, Progress Bars, and radio buttons, dropdowns, and checkboxes.
|Tab||Move forward from link to link or to controls|
|Shift + Tab||Move backward from link to link or to controls|
|Spacebar||Select boxes/de-select checkboxes/radio buttons|
|Arrows||Navigate and select Radio Buttons|
|ALT + Down arrow||Open a List Box|
|CTRL+Home/END||Scroll to the top of the page or bottom|