Your platform is committed to providing accessible experiences for all users, regardless of their abilities or impairments. The learner experience of your platform is thus accessible using screen readers and keyboard navigation in the following areas: Registration and Platform Policies
- Login page
- Self-registration page
- Reset Password page
- Platform header, including the global search box and the related quick results window, the user menu, and the notifications and gamification panels
- The My Courses and Learning Plans page
- The Course Catalog page
- The All Channels page
- The My Channel page
- Any Single Channel page
- The Latest Content page
- The My Skills page
- The My Profile page
- The area displaying the plan content when clicking on the What’s Included button of the Subscription Plan page
- The Results page of the Global Search
The following widgets are compliant with the platform accessibility standard:
- Courses and learning plans
Please note that the following elements and functionalities are not included from this list:
- all of the filters included in the pages and in the widgets listed in this chapter are included, except for date pickers in time frame filters (such as calendars)
- the calendar display mode view in the Course Catalog widget and page
- the Ask the Expert panels
- the Share Content panel
- the Add to Playlist panel
This article lists the tools you can use to navigate the above-mentioned areas of the platform.
You can navigate the accessible areas of the learner experience (listed in the Introduction of this article) and interact with it via a screen reader. We test our interface with NDVA and JAWS on Microsoft Windows, with Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.
You can navigate the accessible areas of the learner experience (listed in the Introduction of this article) with ease using a keyboard. The keyboard navigation is enabled by default on Windows computers, as well as on Google Chrome with any operating system, but it must be enabled manually when using Safari and Mozilla browsers on Mac. Here is how to enable it:
- Open your Safari browser, then go to Safari on the menu bar and choose Preferences.
- Click the Advanced tab.
- Mark the accessibility option that lets you Press Tab to highlight each item on a webpage.
- Open your Mozilla Firefox browser, then go to Firefox on the menu bar and choose Preferences.
- Move to the Privacy & Security tab, and flag the Prevent accessibility services from accessing your browser option.
- Restart your browser to make your changes effective
Docebo supports keyboard shortcuts for easy navigation, but please consider the following:
- Some keyboard shortcuts only work if you've turned them on.
- Keyboard shortcuts do not work on all keyboards.
- Keyboard navigation has been tested in all of the browsers supported by Docebo
The basic keyboard navigation mainly used the Tab key to navigate the interface through links, buttons, form inputs, and ay other focusable elements. The Enter key selects links and the Enter Key or the Spacebar selects buttons. The arrow keys are used to navigate links within menus, options in drop-down menus, checkboxes, and so on. Here follows a table listing the main accepted keyboard input:
The interface of the accessible areas of the learner experience (listed in the Introduction of this article) has a responsive design allowing you to zoom the user interface up to 400% without loss of information or functionality, and without requiring scrolling in two dimensions. You can also resize the browser windows to adapt content according to your needs or to the size of the screen display you are using.