Hello to all. You might notice some changes to the podcast page. I’m using the jetpack plugin as i want to kind of streamline the plugins i use and prevent any unnecessary load n the server, plus i’veheard some good things about it.
changes in jet pack i’d love to see
one change in particular i’d love to see in jetpack is the ability to add the sharing social buttons with out ragging and dropping. As many of you know i am a voice over user and a screen reader user in general, so dragging and dropping is not a good thing, in most cases it is actually impossible to do this. I hope to get in touch with jetpack’s developers to try and implement this but in the mean time you will have to share the links and posts by hand. Sorry to all for now.
i spoke to the jetpack staff and they fixed the sharing problems with accessibility. I wrote up a tiny blog post about it, but i can update this one wiht the key strokes if needed. I would like to thank the jetoack team for working so hard to make this change.
so far im really loving the set up. It is quick simple and for now, free. Any comments are welcome. The staff are wonderful at jet pack and I really applaud them for giving 110 percent in fixing this issue.
Hello to all. I’d like to intro this by referring back to a post I did earlier on the jetpack plugin.. I’d mentioned some changes needed to be made to the sharing part of the plugin to make it more user friendly. I demonstrate this in a youtube video which can be found here.
In speaking to the jetpack team and showing them what needed to be done about a month ago (the video how ever was created today) they explained to me what was going on and how to proceed. Here is my video response.
I’d like to thank the jetpack team for working so hard to make this possible for us blind and visual impaired users. who use the jetpack plugin on their blogs. Feel free to play with the share buttons on every post you want to share now.
your feedback is most welcome. Feel free to leave it on the comments, or email me direct using the feedback form.
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