SL360: Focus Order is not showing layers, only the base layer. Is that normal?
Oct 18, 2021
I have a SL360 course I created from scratch. Right off the bat, I created a separate gdoc, that includes all the text. I am using this as our accessible version, and provide a link off slide 1, because to be honest, I am really not sure I can get the SL360 course into a standalone accessible version. I also used drag and drop interactions, and click to reveal with layers in the course. Given this, can I actually make this course accessible on its own?
I was reading around and heard about Focus order, and tried setting up the slides for this, BUT, many of my slides have layers, and when I tabbed through in preview mode, I am only seeing the top layer. Is that what it is supposed to happen when people tab through? If yes, how are learners to see the content on the layers? Also, do I need to add triggers for right and left arrows to move from page to page? I have regular navigation turned on for clicks and swipes. In some cases, I don't allow the next navigation to show up until something was done on the slide, layer or a state visited. How would I set up a right, left arrow trigger for next page for this situation? Sorry for my confusion. Thanks in advance for your help.