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Re: [BCAB] tesco site john 08 Nov 2012 19:45 GMT
Re: [BCAB] tesco site Chris Moore 09 Nov 2012 16:55 GMT
Re: [BCAB] tesco site Joe Paton 10 Nov 2012 16:08 GMT

Re: [BCAB] tesco site Chris Moore 09 Nov 2012 16:55 GMT

Colin,

After clicking the link to view details, your details for that order should appear just below the button.  I am able to perform this action on my Mac with Voiceover.  As soon as I hit the view details button, and then move my cursor to the next element by pressing VO + right arrow, I am then able to see and read the details.

Chris
On 8 Nov 2012, at 19:45, john <john@developer.plus.com> wrote:

> Hi Colin,
>
> I haven't used the tesco site in a while but have come across similar problems on other sites. Quite often it is new content added to the page dynamically through javascript and although vissually may appear  centre screen, to screen readers it can be placed at the page end, beginning or in some cases in the middle of other content. If you have searched the entire page top to bottom without any joy, you may need to contact Tesco and let them know of the problem.
>
> Some sites have been known to use text inside an image without any alt text, and layering this over the page content, having the effect of no new content to a screen reader.
>
> best, John
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>> Hi All,
>>
>> Anyone out there proficient with the Tesco Grocery Site?
>>
>> When clicking into My Orders then on a specific order clicking View
>> details.
>>
>> Link name changes to hide details which suggests details are listed
>> somewhere on the screen but I cannot locate where?
>>
>> I am using Supanova 13
>>
>> Thanks for any suggestions
>>
>> Colin
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