Presented by Whitney Coleman and Richard Caballero
This is all great that ArcGIS Pro is compliant.
How about making the web facing products compliant also?
For example, I cannot use the keyboard to navigate into the ArcGIS Online Gallery that I embedded into my website.
This could be easily fixed by adding the tabindex attribute to the gallery items and navigation arrows.
Keyboard navigation is a big miss for ESRI when it comes to mapping applications.
We have a public map with a splash screen. There is no way to get past the splash screen without a mouse.
There is no way to access the zoom in and zoom out controls without a mouse.
These are just a few places ESRI is lacking in in their compliance.
Since many of their customers are government entities (and compliance is MANDATORY for ALL government entities) I would think it would be important to them to get these items into compliance.
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