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Test for visually hidden skip link
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|Works without tabindex -1 target & no JS||Works with tabindex -1 target & no JS||Focus visible||Behavior with active screen reader|
|Firefox Android (91.1)||Viewport scrolls to element||Viewport scrolls to element||False.
TB focus surrounds the webview
|TalkBack moves focus, announces webview, but does not announce the element where focus should have been set. Swiping left will take a user to the browser chrome. Swiping right will focus the element after the intended skip link target.
Focus indicator is not displayed.
activating a skip link results in JAWS re-announcing content such as the page's title, how many regions, headings, links, etc. JAWS VC focus does move to the content and begins auto-reading from there, with default settings (all tests).
NVDA: navigating to main will begin announcing content of main (expected behavior). Skipping to headings announces headings only w/ or w/out tabindex
VO: navigating to main will push VO focus to first child element
|IE (11) 2019 test||False||False||True||JAWS, NVDA|
Navigating to main will push VO focus to first child element
|Safari (iOS 13.3.1)||True||True||True||True, VO focus moves and reads the target|
JAWS, works similar to behavior with Firefox, except that navigating to a tabindex=-1 element it will announce information about that focused element first.NVDA, VoiceOver
|Chrome Android (72)||Viewport scrolls to element||Viewport scrolls to element||False||TalkBack (note: when focusing a wrapping element, Talkback will begin announcing content within the wrapper (
|Edge (44)||True||True||True||False, Narrator, NVDA and JAWS VC does not move|
Screen readers (IE11 2019 test):
- NVDA 2018.4.1
- JAWS 2019