sebastian.kelle at acm.org
Wed Jul 22 08:53:23 PDT 2015
We also have been doing some development with Drupal back at my previous
workplace in Germany, specifically addressing accessibility. If you want to
use Drupal out of the box you won't be getting very far. It requires a good
The upside is that Drupal is very customizeable at this level of detail,
unlike most other CMSes. There is a reason that quite a few .gov sites use
On Wed, Jul 22, 2015 at 5:46 PM, Jeffrey A Dell <jeffreydell99 at gmail.com>
> For viewing pages or for editing pages? I manage our office's webpages
> using drupal. The GUI editor can be problematic but our IT department
> turned on an HTML editing feature that I am able to use to type in code.
> There are also some mouse over menus to get two different sections of the
> product when editing that I need to use the jaws cursor to be able to
> It's not the easiest thing in the world to use with a screen reader but it
> is workable.
> As for any other content management system garbage in means garbage out.
> If you include accessibility in the templates and when you're designing the
> page content then it will be accessible.
> Sent from my iPhone. please excuse errors from using Apple's dictation
> > On Jul 22, 2015, at 11:33 AM, CUTLER_ELLEN <CUTLER_ELLEN at smc.edu> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Do any of you have feedback on the accessibility of Drupal's CMS?
> > Any information would be greatly appreciated.
> > Thanks,
> > Ellen
> > Ellen Cutler
> > Santa Monica College
> > 1900 Pico Blvd.
> > Santa Monica, CA 90405
> > 310-434-4496
> > cutler_ellen at smc.edu
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