Is there an extremely minimalist style for XenForo that is designed not to be seen but rather to be read aloud by screen readers such as JAWS? Something that discards avatars and other visual fluff?
I have never heard of software like that. Don't browsers like IE have an option for lo-fi browsing? I think Firefox does too.If you've ever used a program to read a screen, you'll probably notice it reads a lot of repetitive extra stuff that's not the content you want it to read. I'm looking for a style that cuts down on that stuff.
Unless you have a sight impairment or know of someone who has, you're probably unlikely to have heard of screen readers such as JAWS. Tweaking browser settings isn't sufficient.I have never heard of software like that. Don't browsers like IE have an option for lo-fi browsing? I think Firefox does too.
I'll try to find it, but I made a more accessible version of XenForo 1.5 for a community that was predominantly sight impaired/blind.
If I ever have free time again I can see about making one for XF2.1/2.2 as it should be a bit easier to do some of what I did previously.
Most people don't realize how difficult it is to use a web page for a blind or partially blind person. A lot of what is done for screen readers is not apparent or obvious to a normal browser, so they're never even going to realize if a page is accessible or not.What's wrong with that question? So many things are on the internet now. If we can make software in a way that it can be more easily accessible then why not?