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      when viewing any of the moodle site from a mobile device (like I do at the moment for instance) with disabled CSS, every page starts with very long nested lists of the header menu items (About, News, Support, Community, ...). It is impossible to skip this menu to the page content. user has to scroll many lines manually.
      This may be accesibility issue. I propose either putting the menu at the bottom of the page (rendering it at the top by css positioning) or providing a link 'Skip main menu' or similar.

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            korpelainen Mauno Korpelainen added a comment -

            Could theme switcher be an option - somewhere near login button...

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            korpelainen Mauno Korpelainen added a comment - Could theme switcher be an option - somewhere near login button...
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            akshit Akshit Sharma added a comment -

            could we put a check in the print_header( ) to disable printing the header if the site is viewed on a mobile device ??

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            akshit Akshit Sharma added a comment - could we put a check in the print_header( ) to disable printing the header if the site is viewed on a mobile device ??
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            jtomkinson Jordan Tomkinson added a comment -

            What mobile devices are having difficulties displaying the sites?
            I have a Nokia 5800 and it renders perfectly in portrait & landscape mode
            Its going to be difficult to check for this because not all mobile devices have the same user-agent and not all devices that use the same user-agent have this issue.

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            jtomkinson Jordan Tomkinson added a comment - What mobile devices are having difficulties displaying the sites? I have a Nokia 5800 and it renders perfectly in portrait & landscape mode Its going to be difficult to check for this because not all mobile devices have the same user-agent and not all devices that use the same user-agent have this issue.
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            dougiamas Martin Dougiamas added a comment -

            I see it already there on http://moodle.org ....

            <a class="skip" href="#maincontent">Skip to main content</a>

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            dougiamas Martin Dougiamas added a comment - I see it already there on http://moodle.org .... <a class="skip" href="#maincontent">Skip to main content</a>
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            mudrd8mz David Mudrák added a comment -

            jordan: easy to reproduce, just turn CSS support off in any browser (which in turn supports turning CSS support off ) I personally have Centro with Blazer browser, having CSS, Javascript and images off
            martin: yes, I can second that - moodle.org has already got the requested link. Let us add it to all other moodle sites and we can close this issue. Thanks!

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            mudrd8mz David Mudrák added a comment - jordan: easy to reproduce, just turn CSS support off in any browser (which in turn supports turning CSS support off ) I personally have Centro with Blazer browser, having CSS, Javascript and images off martin: yes, I can second that - moodle.org has already got the requested link. Let us add it to all other moodle sites and we can close this issue. Thanks!
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            poltawski Dan Poltawski added a comment -

            I don't think this issue is relevant with the new sites bar, so closing this issue

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            poltawski Dan Poltawski added a comment - I don't think this issue is relevant with the new sites bar, so closing this issue

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