[NCBI_ECDL_class] Re: Question on the Internet

Hi Tina 
Sorry to hear you and Poor hector got drenched last Thursday!
Can you send on the Link and I will have a look at it for you
Normally  when you down arrow under a heading it will read the text under
the heading if there is text there.
Joe 

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Sent: 30 April 2012 16:16
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Subject: [NCBI_ECDL_class] Question on the Internet

Hi all

Apologies for my absence last Thursday again, this was due to getting soaked
at the bus stopwith Hector after the NCBI/CFIT exhibition in the Dublin city
Council offices in wood Quay,  on Thursday afternoon, we got soaked while
waiting at the bus stop and so decided not to go as we were drowned and it
was forecast to rain more, so see you all this Thursday at class.

Can I ask please when you are reading through an Internet site why does the
page that you are reading only read some of the text, as in why are the
headings only read aloud with JAWS, not the text between each section, is
this because the page has not been tagged? 

I have been asked to try out a new section on the HR website part of the UCD
website and I cant read some of the texct with JAWS so cant complete the
survey with JAWS.I have to get sighted assistance, so they wanted to know
why JAWS could not access the entire text, so I would be very grateful if
you could assist with this query?

Thanks for your help.
Kind regards
 
Tina Lowe
Disability Access Officer
Access & Lifelong Learning
Level 1 
James Joyce Library Building
Ph: 01 7167564
Fax: 01 7167503
http://www.ucd.ie/openingworlds/



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