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  1. Moodle QA
  2. MDLQA-16122 Moodle 4.0 QA
  3. MDLQA-16671

CLONE - A teacher can view updated accessibility results for a course

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    • Functional Test
    • Status: Passed
    • Minor
    • Moodle 4.0
    • Moodle 4.0
    • Accessibility
    • None

    Description

      This test requires a publicly available site which has the Accessibility toolkit plugin activated. To speed up processing task run rates, the following scheduled tasks may be changed to run every minute rather than the default 5 minutes: Process bulk caching, Process bulk batch accessibility checking and Process content analysis requests.

      The test also requires a course containing a few accessibility errors. If you would like to use the QA testing site and restore your own course backup for use in testing, please see the QA testing guide for details of how to request admin access. Begin just after the hourly reset to give yourself plenty of time to complete the test!

      1. Log in as a teacher and go to the course then "Accessibility toolkit" in the course administration.
      2. If necessary, click on the "Submit for analysis" button, then wait for the analysis to be completed. The analysis is processed in the background by scheduled tasks, so its speed of completion will depend on task timings and task run schedules. Click "Accessibility toolkit" again.
      3. Go to the Content types tab and make a note of the current number of errors for each content type.
      4. Return to the course page and update or create a new activity or resource.
      5. Add a few accessibility errors, such as a link with text "Click here", a link which opens in a new window, use b tags rather than strong, use image alt text which is the image filename etc. then save changes.
      6. Wait a short while then click "Accessibility toolkit" again.
      7. Verify that the new errors are listed correctly. If not, please wait a little longer then refresh the page.
      8. Go to the Content types tab and verify that the number of errors for the different content types has increased as expected.
      9. Return to the error list and select at least two of the new errors to edit and fix.
      10. Wait a short while then click "Accessibility toolkit" again.
      11. Verify that the fixed errors are no longer listed. If not, please wait a little longer then refresh the page.
      12. Go to the Content types tab and verify that the number of errors for the different content types has decreased as expected.

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              lsansone Luiggi Sansonetti
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