Hi, I recognize that great efforts have been made to make the church sites accessible, and I appreciate all previous efforts.
However, speaking up for members who are blind or otherwise disabled, the current sign-in process for the church websites is still not fully usable by screen reader nor keyboard-only users. In particular the password recovery dialog is totally unusable by members who are blind.
Here are the problems I found on the Sign-in dialog and associated dialogs.
The Sign-in dialog itself is mostly accessible, which is good. However the language selection button is not reachable with the keyboard nor is it spoken with a screen reader. >.div id="languageMenu"> It can only be accessed with the mouse.
On the password recovery screen, the CAPTCHA process is not accessible. Obviously, someone who is blind cannot see or interpret the CAPTCHA image. There is a button (actually an image with a link) to provide handicapped access, however, this button is not labeled, so someone who is blind would never know that it is the button they must press to get an alternative captcha. Further, when you activate the image link, it doesn't provide any audio for images. In other words, the password recovery screen is totally and absolutely unusable to someone who is blind.
The link for help on this page takes the user to a help page that provides no help for someone who is disabled.
Please add these defects to your fix list with the CAPTCHA issue as urgent priority and the button issues as high priorities.
Discuss ideas and suggestions around the LDS.org website.
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