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  • Masood Afzal 176 posts 520 karma points
    Aug 09, 2010 @ 13:48
    Masood Afzal

    Accessibility level for Umbraco CMS?

    Can anyone suggest what is accessibility level for Umbraco CMS? A, AA or AAA?

    Please note i am interested in accessibility level for CMS not fron-end website.




  • Tim2473 karma points
    Aug 09, 2010 @ 14:23

    For the CMS, I'd have to guess not very, as it makes extensive use of JQuery and other script based calls to make the UI work. To qualify for A standard, all of the functionality would have to work with javascript disabled.

    I just ran the CMS in FF with javascript disabled, and you just get the loading bar, so that'd be a fail.

  • Ismail Mayat6718 karma points admin mvp c-trib
    Aug 09, 2010 @ 15:11
    Ismail Mayat


    I have yet to come across a CMS that has accessible back end having used umpteen paid and open source CMS's.



  • Masood Afzal520 karma points
    Aug 09, 2010 @ 16:26
    Masood Afzal

    Tim, Ismail, thanks for your replies.


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