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    High Contrast Accessibility

    Posted 4 years 8 months ago
    • Does anybody know of a way to get a site to have High Contrast Accessibility on a joomla rocketlauncher template

      client wants text to increase and high contrast just like the site in secure area.

      look forward to a reply

      thanks
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    Re: High Contrast Accessibility

    Posted 4 years 8 months ago
    • Change colors in template manager and save that as a preset - then you can give users ability to change to that preset in frontend in the same way as the demo allows you to choose "style" (presets).

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    Re: High Contrast Accessibility

    Posted 4 years 8 months ago
    • thanks
      but will i sill get that tsame effect as the example I gave??

      Will that be up to standards (whatever they are!)?

      is there a rocketheme template that would be ideal for this idea?

      thanks
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    Re: High Contrast Accessibility

    Posted 4 years 8 months ago
    • yes, all it's doing is changing colors.

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    Re: High Contrast Accessibility

    Posted 4 years 8 months ago
    • thank

      is there a rocketheme template that would be ideal for this idea?
      are ther any guides out there for this? is it best to keep the site black and bright yellow to be compliant?

      thanks again
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    Re: High Contrast Accessibility

    Posted 4 years 8 months ago
    • Any of our gantry based templates have the ability to use presets. In general most will allow you to change all the colors you need, some offer more control for colors than others, but I would think the vast majority would fulfill your requirement.

      all you need the so to change preset in the front-end is have a link to your site with ?preset=presetname where presetname is the name of your preset that's it. So, once you have save a preset with the high contrast colors and save that as a preset then you can easily switch to it in the frontend.

      If you have need to reset the preset in the frontend then you append ?reset-settings to your domain url.

      Regards, Mark.
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    Re: High Contrast Accessibility

    Posted 4 years 8 months ago
    • ok so i can ask in the relevant template forum how to turn the article backgrounds black etc yes ?

      thanks again
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    Re: High Contrast Accessibility

    Posted 4 years 8 months ago
    • yes you can - but just look in template manager > style that's where most of the colors get assigned.

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