Thank you so much for your quick reply and for pointing out the Accessibility section. I also found the Alt: input under the Image property, though I had to change my image from 'div' to 'img' in order to enable the Alt: input, makes sense.
Despite these features, I'm still not having the success I hope to have while using either Win7 or Win8 Narrator/screen reader.
In the following animation, I have given the top 4 images both titles and alt text, but neither version of Win Narrator can find/read the text.
I should be able to hit the tab key, tab to one of the images, and have Narrator read the alt text/title, but this is not happening.
Here are my settings...
Thank you so much for any help with this challenge.
Can I ask which version of Edge the Accessibility & Alt text properties came out in? Are they new to the latest v6 or previous?
I think I found a bug. So in the thread above, when I input 1 for Tab Index: this shows up in the [yourfilename]_edge.js file as tabindex:'1px',. I don't think tab index needs to be shown in pixels. See red underlines in pic...
So when I removed the px from the file, Win8 Narrator is able to tab onto the image and read the alt text as hoped.
Please let me know if this is indeed the bug it seems to be.
So does this constitute as a bug?
Any thoughts about why Edge is adding 'px' to to tabindex?
Are you using version 1, final, Kave?
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Thanks for your help Darrell and Sarah!
Darrell, I'm still using preview 7 but will try with v1.
Sarah, I tried your suggesting, but it's still throwing px into my xxx_edge.js file...
Perhaps this is cleared up in the v1?
No, the px part of the string is not present in EA 1.0 - at least not with a newly-created file.