Dreamveaver CS4 Mac OS 10.4.11
I have all accessibility choices (4) checked in the preferences.
When I insert images I don’t get a dialogue box that asks for a key redundant input mechanisms as I’m led to believe I should.
When I run the accessibility validation report I get problems with my nav bar and an Angie’s list link supplied by the company.
The info bubble says I should have “onmousedown paired with onkeydown”. I assume there is supposed to be a key value in there somewhere as well.
I don’t know how to “pair” things in code.
Is there a way to call up the accessibility features after a graphic has been placed to fill in a onkeydown value?
Thank You for responding
I don't know about the tab key for accessibility. I thought that when one has the preferences turned on for accessibility one should get a dialogue box to enter an onkeydown equivalent for a onclick instruction when inserting a navigation bar. The book I'm learning from says "prompts you to add Accessibility tags and attributes". I guess attributes doesn't include onkeydown info.
A sample of the code that needs to have onkeydown access:
I looked at the w3school logical operators (thank you for the link, I didn't find that before). Does that mean I should use the "or" which is "||" operator for onkeydown?
And so something like this?
onclick="MM_nbGroup('down','group1','Home','images/button_2_home_down.jpg',1) || onkeydown= "MM_nbGroup('down','group1','Home','F1')
Where "F1" is the function key.
I realize this is probably laughable, but it's hard to find specific examples.
As far as tag inspector - behaviors panel, I kind of thought that might be it but so far I couldn't figure it out.