I've got a problem with the accessibility in my quiz. It contains severeal multiple choice questions. The customer needs a fully accessible and SCORM compatible version but I don't see a way to change the different checkboxes showing the focus. Has anybody an idea?
Hello Mr. Wilson.
Thanks, but your solution only applies only on normal objects that can obtain the focus. I need a rectangle around a multiple choice question in a quiz. Do you have a solution for this subject?
I don't understand what you want exactly. 'rectangle around multiple choice question'? Or 'focus of selected check box? Or 'Change checkbox to show focus'?
And I don't know understand why the current design of Captivate's radio button or check box arrays is not already considered 'accessible' by virtue of showing its selected state.
If the learner has selected a radio button in a Multiple Choice quiz question then that radio button already shows which item was selected. If it is checkboxes in a Multiple Answer quiz question, then each selected check box shows its current selected state.
Hello and thanks for the reply.
The problem is that if the users uses the Tab key to focus one of the 10 checkboxes in my quiz, the user has no visual feedback. When the submit button is focused it is surrounded with a black line that indicates the focus and that is ok.
Is there a way to show the user which of the checkboxes has the focus before it's selected?