WPMuse - 8:44 pm on Dec 14, 2012 (gmt 0)
I am working with a blind site owner who uses JAWS to navigate his site. The dilemma we've run into is that he claims that for him to navigate his site with JAWS, all his articles need to be Pages that are listed in the sidebar.
He has been writing like crazy and now that list is way too long in the sidebar and not very user-friendly for the sighted which he admits is the majority who will view his site.
He is resistant to properly structuring his topics into categories with posts within as he claims doing so will make the site difficult for him to navigate. I am not familiar enough with JAWS to know if this is true or if he has other options.
Our main nav is already going below the fold as well making it pretty much useless.
Has anyone worked on something like this and have any suggestions that will both make the site more navigable for the sighted and the site owner?