[pmwiki-users] Accessibility Option
crisses at kinhost.org
Sat Jun 5 08:35:46 CDT 2010
You can use the SkinChange recipe WITH the Print skin or a modified print skin.
If you need more help let me know.
And this is a great idea for one of my clients' websites. :) I'd love to see how you implement it, or bounce the idea back&forth.
If you are handy with PHP you could probably modify any video recipe to include ALT text for the video and make a skinname.php file that swaps any videos for their ALT text -- it would take a little thought, but it's definitely feasible that instead of (:youtube VIDEOCODE:) you could do (:youtube VIDEOCODE "Alt text":).
Things like that make a big difference....
(on board of directors of local cross-disability services provider/advocacy org now)
[That's o]ne reason I'm "out" about [my multiplicity]. I find most people react positively. Those who do not, are probably ones I'd want to chase with a stick anyhow...
-- Bob King
On Jun 3, 2010, at 3:59 PM, Eemeli Aro wrote:
> On 3 June 2010 22:48, Ivan Mann <ivanmann at uab.edu> wrote:
>> I have to add an accessibility button to quite a few of my pmwiki pages.
>> What that means is to display all of the content of the pages with plain,
>> large text on white background.
>> Is there an automatic (that is, easy) way to do that or do I have to
>> duplicate the entire set of content, and then make duplicate updates of the
>> existing pages?
> Use a different skin for the accessible view. With
> <http://pmwiki.org/wiki/Cookbook/SkinChange> the accessibility
> button/link can set the skin for that page (?skin=blah) or as a cookie
> (?setskin=blah) until it's reset.
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