Results for tumblr
Site for spontaneous blogging of small amounts of information. Usually images or links. Steps away from the blogging norm of lengthy text. Sample site: http://sotontest.tumblr.com.
Accessibility Testing Results
This was a joy to use with the keyboard when in the edit boxes and using the forms. Contrast levels were a slight issue but content text was easy to read and instructions clear. At times the tabbling order was a little odd in places. There were pages that had very clear icons and colours to help with navigation. It all worked in the WebbIE text browser.
|1||Login, Signup and Other Forms Accessible||Labels for each section of the login are in situ and there are no captchas.|
|2||Image ALT Attributes||Alternative text is offered for all critical images on the site - screenreader users will be able to understand the content as clearly as others.|
|3||Link Target Definitions||All links, including images which would otherwise be ambiguous, have titles to uniquely identify them.|
|4||Frame Titles and Layout||No frames or iframes, which can be disorientating for screen-readers, are used in the design.|
|5||Removal of Stylesheet||The page is still understandable and functional when it is viewed as a linear document, with no styles.|
|6||Audio/Video Features||Can publish any type of multimedia and include a text transcription. Videos are uploaded to the blog so they would need to have the captioning in place beforehand.|
|7||Video/animations - audio descriptions||Audio descriptions can be added at any time within the blog along with a text transcription.|
|8||Appropriate use of Tables||Rich text editor (TinyMCE) is table-based. Has keyboard controls for many menus.|
|9||Tab Orderings Correct and Logical||Tab order is in a logical and consistent top-to-bottom or left-to-right format.|
|10||Page Functionality with Keyboard||The website is fully accessible without the use of a mouse.|
|11||Accessibility of Text Editors||TinyMCE. Keyboard accessible, but would be nice to be able to Shift+Tab.|
|12||Appropriate Feedback with Forms||The site often provides suitable feedback.|
|13||Contrast and Colour Check||Text of featured "tumblelogs" fails AAA validation, barely passes AA although general text content is easy to read. Headings of tumblelog articles fail validation it is the blue on blue that is the main problem.|
|14||Page Integrity when Zooming||The website maintains the layout and usability of all critical areas perfectly when zoomed.|
|15||Text size, style, blinking elements and Readability||The majority of text on the site is size 12 and sans-serif.|
The following table shows how well the product performs for people with disabilities, as listed in the Disabilities section.
Percentages do not indicate how much of a site is accessible. They indicate the average figure of test results relevant to each disability. Select a disability to see which tests are relevant to it.
|Cognitive Learning Disabilities||92%|
|Partially Sighted and Visual Acuity||92%|
|Blind and Severe Visual Impairments||92%|
|Specific Learning Differences (including Dyslexia)||87%|
|Deaf/Hard of Hearing||78%|