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Re: NVDA not reading text


From: Mallory
Date: Nov 29, 2018 2:29AM

Makes me think what's important here is the CSS for these elements holding the text: if any of them have display: none (flyouts often do until you open them) or visibility: hidden for example.


On Thu, Nov 29, 2018, at 9:00 AM, glen walker wrote:
> The string "Text Goes HERE" appears three times in your code example. Once
> in a span and two times in a paragraph tag. When I copy that code to an
> html file and use NVDA on Firefox and I use the down arrow, I can hear all
> three versions.
> I'm not sure what you mean by a "header container". Do you mean the
> <header> element? Or are you using the word "header" to really mean
> "heading", such as an h1 or h2? Either way, your code example didn't have
> a <header> element or any heading elements.
> There are a lot of "flyout" classes. Not sure what those are doing.
> > > >