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  • #17029

    Zephinilium
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    Hi – We are interested in this theme for a client who needs an accessible theme, and am just making sure support is available: when I went to
    webmandesign.ticksy.com
    which is the address for support on your themeforest page (https://themeforest.net/user/webmandesign), it says
    “This page isn’t working”

    Thank You,
    Eric Platt Consulting

    #17030

    Oliver Juhas
    Keymaster

    Hi Eric,

    Thank you very much for spotting this! It was an old support forum I got rid of in October. I haven’t realized I missed that link on my ThemeForest profile page. I have update it now.

    Surely, you will receive support for the theme on this website.

    Best regards,

    Oliver Juhas
    WebMan Design

    #17031

    Zephinilium
    Participant

    Oliver –

    Thanks for the prompt reply. Glad to hear it helped clear that link up.

    We’ve been looking at the Icelander theme also. In your opinion, if we are re-building a website to be accessible, and will start by replicating a current site.

    at first more or less duplicating it before it gets re-designed, which accessible them would be better?

    Thanks again,
    Eric Platt

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by  Oliver Juhas. Reason: Making the reply public as there is no sensitive information
    #17033

    Oliver Juhas
    Keymaster

    Hi Eric,

    I’m sorry, but this is purely on your personal preference :) Those themes differ mainly by design.

    However, if I may advice, you can try also my free Reykjavik theme to see if that fits your needs. Then you’ll know if you need more and can upgrade to Icelander or Monument Valley if you want.

    Best regards,

    Oliver Juhas
    WebMan Design

    #17038

    Zephinilium
    Participant

    I understand. Sorry I wasn’t clear. I am trying to determine which design would be easier to adapt to ours design. But if that’s too hard to answer don’t worry about it.

    Here’s another question: do you have a list of accessibility features incorporated into your theme?
    Also, what level of conformance is it (A to AAA)?
    https://www.section508.gov/content/build/website-accessibility-improvement/WCAG-conformance

    Apologies for being such a stickler but this is for a website that serves government clients and will be marketing accessible software.
    I don’t want to purchase it and then find out it doesn’t cover the requirements of section 508/WCAG.

    Thanks again!

    #17050

    Oliver Juhas
    Keymaster

    Hi Eric,

    My themes are built to pass WordPress accessibility requirements, which are based on WCAG 2.0 level AA and this means the theme itself passes both WCAG 2.0 level AA and Section 508 requirements.

    Building an accessible website means you need to make your content accessible too, but as you might understand this is out of scope of the theme ;)

    But if you make your website content accessible and use my accessible theme, then yes, your website should pass WCAG 2.0 level AA and Section 508 without any issues.

    Here are some links you may want to check:

    If you have any additional questions, please, don’t hesitate to ask.

    Best regards,

    Oliver Juhas
    WebMan Design

    #17784

    Zephinilium
    Participant

    Hi Oliver –

    1. I installed the Reykjavik theme and then noticed in regards to the Icelander theme that is has “sticky headers”. Our old site has sticky headers in the form of menus that stay in place when the user scrolls down.
    However I could not find any examples or explanation of what you meant by “Sticky header”. Where can we see that please?

    2. Also, I replaced the default header image on the home page with our own but it is darkened out in Reykjavik and looks like it will be with Icelander too (with CSS:
    .intro-special .wp-custom-header::before {
    background-color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.6);)
    and has “Home” text overlaying. Do we override this with CSS or is there a customization setting somewhere? I could not find it in the settings or documentation. So,

    3. How does one search the docs?

    Thank You!

    #17792

    Oliver Juhas
    Keymaster

    Hi Eric,

    I’m a bit confused now. Please understand that you should open a new ticket for your new issues/questions. Also, is your question related to Reykjavik theme? You see, you’ve mentioned Icelander in there too and you have actually posted your question into Monument Valley theme forum. Please confirm it’s related to Reykjavik theme so I can move this to a new ticket in appropriate forum.

    1. Reykjavik does not include sticky header. Icelander theme does – you can see it on Icelander theme demo. My sticky header works different way than you are used to, most likely. If you scroll the page down, you won’t see it stuck to the top, only if you attempt to scroll up again. That way the focus is 100% on your website content and the header comes into view when needed again.
      If you want sticky header all the time, you can try using a plugin (or Beaver Themer).
    2. On front page the intro section of both Reykjavik and Icelander theme is overlaid so the text on top is readable. You can simply remove it or you can use page template not to display intro section and build your own using a page builder.
    3. My theme documentations are one-page documents, so you can easily search directly in your web browser by pressing CTRL+F ;) Also, you can get handy and fast info about what sections the theme consist of and where to set them up in “Anatomy” section of theme documentation.

    Best regards,

    Oliver Juhas
    WebMan Design

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