[Athen] sharepoint accessibility?
defnick at yahoo.com
Mon Sep 11 06:16:09 PDT 2006
I just had an interesting problem come up, regarding the accessibility of sharepoint sites. I've
never used it or seen it, but our school uses it on various domains. Am I right in my assumption
that any "access" issues are really going to be your basic web-acessibility checks?
Another person has chimed in, and suspects the problem might be due to credentials, since the user
might be trying to access a sharepoint site outside of their domain, which has its OWN sharepoint
site. I don't think that's an accessibility issue, more of a network problem.
Anything we should really know or watch out for, regarding sharepoint?
Adaptive Lab Manager
University of Vermont
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Does anyone have experience to help us resolve this particular situation? The user is blind, and
uses a software package designed to "read" the websites. There seems to be an issue related to
accessing the Sharepoint site. Here's the user's description:
>It wants to try to log me on before I actually have a chance to type in
>my password, so I get an error. I finally got in and tried to open a
>link to a document and it made all the right noises, but left me at the
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