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Bug #12140

Fixing Size/Contrast of "Recently Active Text"

Added by Laurie Hurson about 2 years ago. Updated over 1 year ago.

Status:
Resolved
Priority name:
Normal
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Category name:
Accessibility
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Start date:
2019-11-25
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Description

The recently active text on the Commons home and directory pages throws an error on the WAVE Accessibility tool because the text is "very small". If this text could be made slightly larger and increased in contrast (made black instead of gray) this text would be more accessible for users on the Commons.

Screenshot_2019-11-25_14-35-02.png (25.9 KB) Screenshot_2019-11-25_14-35-02.png activity - current Boone Gorges, 2019-11-25 03:36 PM
Screenshot_2019-11-25_14-36-21.png (31.6 KB) Screenshot_2019-11-25_14-36-21.png activity - proposed Boone Gorges, 2019-11-25 03:36 PM

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#1 Updated by Boone Gorges about 2 years ago

Thanks, Laurie.

Sonja, the attached screenshots show the current appearance, and the proposed appearance: color changed to #000 and font-size to 11px (the minimum not flagged as "too small" by WAVE). What do you think of this proposal?

#2 Updated by Sonja Leix almost 2 years ago

Boone Gorges wrote:

Thanks, Laurie.

Sonja, the attached screenshots show the current appearance, and the proposed appearance: color changed to #000 and font-size to 11px (the minimum not flagged as "too small" by WAVE). What do you think of this proposal?

Thanks Boone, yes that works. Please implement.
For the redesign, we'll look at the accessibility of text and other elements, especially color contrast, since I'm sure there are many such cases where we don't pass.

#3 Updated by Sonja Leix almost 2 years ago

  • Status changed from New to In Progress
  • Assignee changed from Sonja Leix to Boone Gorges

Assigning to you, Boone.

#4 Updated by Laurie Hurson almost 2 years ago

For the redesign, we'll look at the accessibility of text and other elements, especially color contrast, since I'm sure there are many such cases where we don't pass.

This sounds good. Thanks to you both!

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