What to do next: Discover more about customizing accessible solutions in the following articles:
- Managing the main content of your application
Define the primary content of your portal to ensure that users who rely on assistive technology can navigate your application with less effort.
- Setting the navigation menu to permanently expanded
Create a better experience for users of assistive technologies by keeping the main navigation menu permanently expanded.
- Assigning WAI-ARIA roles to a Dynamic Layout
Make your application more accessible to users with disabilities by adding semantic information about the role of a layout on a page. When you define the role of a layout in your UI, you provide screen reader users with the information that they require to successfully navigate your application.
- Setting PDF file versions
Align the format of the files in your application with the needs of your business. Use this setting to define what type of PDF files your application generates, and manage the tradeoffs between better accessibility (PDF/UA standard) and stability in long-term storage (PDFA/1-b standard).
- Setting accessible pagination in tables
Configure an application that is more accessible to users with different levels of ability by promoting a pagination format that is convenient to navigate with a mouse or a keyboard.
- Setting initial focus to the assignment title
Provide users who rely on screen readers with a more context-sensitive user experience by configuring the application to focus on the form title first.
- Disabling drag and drop in optimized tables
Ensure that your application does not include operations that users cannot perform by keyboard by turning off the ability to reshuffle columns for tables that you use in the group by overlay. In this way, you provide equal access to your applications to users with all levels of ability, and reduce user frustration from not being able to fully navigate your product.