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  • - the “skip to content” link actually lands you at the “hide topics” link, which might be a bit weird for non-sighted users. I was expecting to bypass that. Not sure what others would expect – maybe do a quick survey of a few people? 

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  1. Dead Links
    1. https://jhung.github.io/docs-inclusive-learning/AccessibilityPrinciplesWhatIsTheApproach.html
      1. inclusive learning
      2. LearnerNeedsAndPreferences (the words should Accessibility principles
    2. https://jhung.github.io/docs-inclusive-learning/AccessibilityPrinciples.html
      1. inclusive learning
      2. LearnerNeedsAndPreferences (the words should also be separated by a space)
      3. authoring content
      4. Video content and learning
      5. Audio content and learning
      6. Cognitive considerations
    3. https://jhung.github.io/docs-inclusive-learning/Techniques.html
      1. metadata
      2. AccessForAll ( should these be separate words? )
      3. Learner Options
      4. Authoring of content
    4. https://jhung.github.io/docs-inclusive-learning/Metadata.html
      1. AccessForAll
      2. Schema.org Accessibility Properties
      3. live demo of the current version of the Floe metadata authoring tools
    5. https://jhung.github.io/docs-inclusive-learning/LearnerNeedsAndPreferences.html
      1. inclusive learning
      2. Accessibility principles
      3. link to “Figure: A screen of the Floe Video player with transcripts displayed”
      4. Audio content and learning
      5. Video content and learning
      6. link to “Figure: Landscape of alternatives, transformations and customizations”
    6. https://jhung.github.io/docs-inclusive-learning/VideoContentAndLearning.html
      1. Learner needs and preferences
      2. Floe video player
    7. https://jhung.github.io/docs-inclusive-learning/AudioContentAndLearning.html
      1. Video content and learning
      2. Learner needs and preferences
    8. https://jhung.github.io/docs-inclusive-learning/AuthoringOfContent.html
      1. Metadata
      2. Learner needs and preferences
      3. Audio content and learning
      4. Video content and learning
    9. https://jhung.github.io/docs-inclusive-learning/AccessibleStandardizedTesting.html
      1. General Guidelines
      2. Functional Considerations
      3. Standardized Test Types
      4. Standardized Test Tools
    10. https://jhung.github.io/docs-inclusive-learning/SemanticMarkupInEPUB3.html
      1. "EPUB 3 semantic tags” - by Helicon Books
    11. https://jhung.github.io/docs-inclusive-learning/WAI-ARIA.html
      1. Mathematics
    12. https://jhung.github.io/docs-inclusive-learning/Mathematics.html
      1. Cognitive considerations
    13. https://jhung.github.io/docs-inclusive-learning/NarrationsAndTextToSpeech.html
      1. Case study: Exemplar
    14. https://jhung.github.io/docs-inclusive-learning/EPUB3Resources.html
      1. http://www.heliconbooks.com/article/epub3vshtml5
      2. MathJax.org (gets a 404 and redirects to main site)
    15. clicking "Edit this Page on GitHub" link leads to a github 404 error page. Will this issue be gone once the branch is merged into the master. If yes, please ignore this item.
      There are some other broken links, such as these links on the page https://jhung.github.io/docs-inclusive-learning/AccessibleStandardizedTesting.html:
      "General Guidelines"
      "Functional Considerations"
      "Standardized Test Types"
      "Standardized Test Tools"

 

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Safari 7.1.8 on Mac 10.9.5 results - When you narrow down to a certain width, the buttons of the open UIO panel look odd:  The width should probably scale down.
Things that look strange or broken:
- the “skip to content” link actually lands you at the “hide topics” link, which might be a bit weird for non-sighted users. I was expecting to bypass that. Not sure what others would expect – maybe do a quick survey of a few people? - I do note that when topics hidden, it’s actually not bad to have quick access to the ‘show’ link.