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|07959||Feature requests||[All Projects] Accessibility||public||2013-06-27 10:01||2013-07-13 12:54|
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|Summary||07959: Don't hide question unrelevant inline but in css only|
|Description||Actually if a question is unrelevant:|
We add directly style="display:none" at the question wrapper.
(And we hide it after in js).
But a user without js activated or with a screen reder can not see the question and don't answer (if question is not mandatory)
|Additional Information||Think best is to use a specific class ( emhidden ) to hide it before document.ready in css.|
This way a web dev can show it for screen reader and no-js (look at citronade for no-js/js class on body : can be added to HTML for whole template).
I think too a good idea is to add the "printable help for condition" with .hide class.
The new emhidden class can be added in a new 'global whole' template css file included at start (template dev can replace it).
We can move some class here too
But with very very little css (minimum css).
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|2013-06-27 10:01||DenisChenu||New Issue|
|2013-06-27 10:01||DenisChenu||Severity||@50@ => feature|
|2013-07-13 12:54||DenisChenu||Category||Survey taking => Accessibility|
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