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cPanel for visually impaired

Discussion in 'User Experience' started by andrew_ge, Feb 7, 2006.

  1. andrew_ge

    andrew_ge Member

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    Hi

    We have a few clients that host sites on behalf of charities in the UK that benefit the blind/ visually impaired.

    As the webmasters themselves use screen narrators, cpanel is incredibly difficult for them to surf with and do things like view their statistics, create imap accounts.etc .etc

    A quick google search didnt turn up anything relevant so I was hoping someone here could point me in the right direction...


    Is there a text-only skin for cpanel about, that we can put onto the server to make their lifes easier?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Roy@ENHOST

    Roy@ENHOST Well-Known Member

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    I was wondering how they are going to view stats and analyze their own traffic if they are visually impaired?

    I would really like to help though, send me a PM and we'll see if anything can be done for em.
     
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    Yeah stats would be a problem, a screen narrator would take ages to read through something like webalizer.

    I think its more along the lines of doing things like adding email accounts/ subdomains.etc though.
     
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    You mean there are actually people who read out webstats to the visually impaired?
    Imagine a bad day when you get a truckload of referer spams. Its going to take ages to go through the list.
    Hats off to em. I wouldnt have the patience to do that.
    :cool:

     
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