ACCESSIBILITY WIDGET FEATURES
The text reader is a built-in widget that reads textual content on a webpage or a section of a webpage. People who have difficulty reading various textual content and people with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) use the tool. The user fully controls the sound pitch and the reading flow with a mouse and/or a keyboard.
Many users who have motor disabilities experience difficulty using a mouse, so depends on keyboard navigation. Blind or visually impaired users use keyboard navigation. The Keyboard Navigation function meets the WCAG 2.0 standard requirements. It enables users to navigate through pages using the keyboard alone.
Users who are susceptible to seizures caused by flashing effects, strobing, or flickering need Blinks Blocking. Users with learning disabilities also benefit from this tool. It prevents graphics, headers, news-tickers, auto-play, galleries, or other animations from occurring, thus helping users not be distracted and reducing the chances of photo-epileptic seizures.
Monochrome, Dark High Contrast, Bright High Contrast
This tool provides three contrast display options. In addition, users can change the text and background color to make it more easily read by a user who is visually impaired.
Additional Visual Functions
Additional functions allow users with low visual impairments the option. These include being able to increase and decrease the font size or select an easily-readable font without the loss of functionality.
Images and graphics accentuate the text and make web pages visually attractive. But all non-text content needs to have a text alternative that describes the image. The Alt Text needs to be readily available and convey the concept or meaning of the image to all users.
Other Functionalities for low vision users include a large white cursor, a large black cursor, links, and header highlighters.