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    • Testing Instructions:
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      1. As an admin, go to the admin tree -> plugins -> activity modules -> glossary and click one of the edit buttons of the "Display formats setup"
      2. As an admin, check that all the select elements, they SHOULD have a label
      3. As an admin or teacher, go to a course and add a glossary instance,
      4. As an admin or teacher, go to the created glossary instance and click the "Browse by category" tab and click "Edit categories"
      5. As an admin or teacher, click the add a category link
      6. As an admin or teacher, check the form elements, they SHOULD have a label
      7. As an admin or teacher, go to the created glossary instance and click "Add a new entry" and fill the form adding keywords
      8. As an admin or teacher, return to the glossary view.php page and check the keywords select element, it SHOULD have a label
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      As an admin, go to the admin tree -> plugins -> activity modules -> glossary and click one of the edit buttons of the "Display formats setup" As an admin, check that all the select elements, they SHOULD have a label As an admin or teacher, go to a course and add a glossary instance, As an admin or teacher, go to the created glossary instance and click the "Browse by category" tab and click "Edit categories" As an admin or teacher, click the add a category link As an admin or teacher, check the form elements, they SHOULD have a label As an admin or teacher, go to the created glossary instance and click "Add a new entry" and fill the form adding keywords As an admin or teacher, return to the glossary view.php page and check the keywords select element, it SHOULD have a label
    • Affected Branches:
      MOODLE_22_STABLE, MOODLE_23_STABLE, MOODLE_24_STABLE
    • Fixed Branches:
      MOODLE_22_STABLE, MOODLE_23_STABLE
    • Pull from Repository:
    • Pull Master Branch:
      MDL-34566_accessibility

      Description

      There are several select input fields that do not have labels explicitly tied to them. Often this is because there is a visual cue as to what information is being asked for but the visual cue is not explicitly linked to the input element.

      Because this problem is sporadic it might be necessary to break this task out into smaller sub-tasks for each instance of the problem.

      Here is a tutorial for methods of labeling text input elements. http://oit.ncsu.edu/itaccess/forms#select

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                    10/Sep/12