I am the Director of Organizational Technology for the National Federation of the Blind (the largest and oldest consumer organization of blind people in the US). We have used CiviCRM for a few years to collect data from our website. Since October 2015 it has become our primary member, donor, subscription, and event management database.
The majority of our ...
Solution is to either patch the ../web/libraries/civicrm/bower_components/select2/select2.js and select2.min.js files
WARNING: select2 4.0.12 is not compatible with CiviCRM 5.21. The admin toolbar will disappear if you do the following. Use the patches. Do not bower install select2! ;-):
Move the select2 folder out of bower_components and run:
Yes, Its possible to give access to Contribution component to specific roles. You can set the permission to access different components at
Navigate to CiviCRM >> Users and Permissions >> Permissions(Access Control) and click on **Drupal Access Control**.
Navigate to CiviCRM >> Users and Permissions >> ...
CiviCRM is presented in the context of a CMS theme (Drupal, WordPress or Joomla) so it has to be assessed in that context. For that reason, there's no "yes/no" answer here, even having seen a11y reviews of sites we've built.
More importantly, assessing a11y requirements requires considering the context of the users - some CiviCRM installations may need only ...
In recent versions of CiviCRM, if you go to Contact Summary Page, Relationships tab, and edit a relationship, there are options there for each side of the relationship to edit, view or have no permission for the other contact. I'm pretty sure this predated 4.6.
(Merging in info from an earlier question: CiviCRM and screen reader software)
A client of mine tried unsuccessfully to use JAWS on the back-end and is just about to undertake some JAWS scripting. I'm encouraging them to consider sponsoring some development of the core product to address this.
The topic has been raised a few times over the years, but ...