Accessibility for Confluence
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Support screen reader, high-contrast mode, and keyboard operation to meet WCAG 2.1, Section 508 or BITV 2.0 accessibility demands
New screen reader mode
Easier navigation within pages, quick access to functions and pages, optimized breadcrumb navigation and simplified display of site contents. Compatible with text-to-speech technology (e.g. JAWS, NVDA).
Optimization for the high-contrast mode
All icons are automatically replaced with text to help users operate the editor in high-contrast mode.
Improved keyboard operation
Corrects the tabulator sequence within dialogues so users can seamlessly navigate through wiki content using tabs.
What most computer users take for granted can be a huge barrier for people with visual or motor impairments.
This app gives you the power to create a barrier-free work environment for your colleagues with disabilities. And it enables you to meet most WCAG 2.1, Section 508 or BITV 2.0 accessibility requirements.
- Screen reader and high-contrast modes increase the usability of Confluence and ensure equal access for all users.
- Improved keyboard operation enables users to smoothly navigate through wiki pages using tabs.
- Compliance with recent regulations for trouble-free IT accessibility
- Provides access to the following Confluence features:
- Sites and blog posts, including attachments and comments
- Space directory, Space details, page tree, and favorites
- Profiles and People Directory
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