Web Accessibility - Italy

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3 years 4 months ago #9369 by moqui
moqui created the topic: Web Accessibility - Italy
Hi, I'm studing your JMCOMMUNE Joomla template for using it on Italian's Public Administration Web Site.
The rules for Web Accessibility in Italy (Legge Stanca/2004 and later ) are compatibile with WCAG 2.0 AA Level.

Some accessibility checkers (as achecker.ca or www.validatore.it/ ) detect some "known problems" for using "<i>" italic selectors (see attachments), others don't detect them.

I would not know what to do, for me it is very complex thinking override the template files. It could be a model to fix?
Can help me?

Thanks Vito

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3 years 4 months ago #9380 by artur
artur replied the topic: Web Accessibility - Italy
Hello,
Thank you for contacting us.
"<i>" tag is used by DJ-Megamenu module and we can't change this without module modifications. However, this is not a very important issue because this tag is used for items (icons) not available for screen readers.

Probably you can modify module files and override in template.

/joomla/modules/mod_djmegamenu/tmpl/*

More details about overrides :
docs.joomla.org/Understanding_Output_Overrides
docs.joomla.org/How_to_override_the_outp...rom_the_Joomla!_core

In order to modify module you can also contact directly with DJ-Megamenu author at :
dj-extensions.com/support-center

Regards.

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