July 13th, 2020 at 20:37 #105519Adam CurtisPower User
Hi, following on from the post about menu accessibility a year ago by Kunikla, I have come across the same issue where I now have to have menus accessible by keyboards. Nirvana still doesn’t do this (specifically sub-menus), however I’ve seen that the mega menu plugin does include menu accessibility. However for Nirvana it requires creating a child theme and modifiying the theme.php file.
Is there any possibility of adding mega menu plugin compatibility into the Nirvana theme by default? This would mean for me that I wouldn’t need to create child themes for each of my 30 or so websites running Nirvana, plus it would mean that everyone else who wanted an accessible menu could use the plugin and not have to change theme or mess around with child themes (which are too technical for some people in any case).
Alternatively is it possible to add an option to turn off transitions etc and turn on accessibility functionality? This is increasingly important and I feel its a significant drawback for this otherwise excellent theme.August 5th, 2020 at 20:06 #106331ZedCryout Creations Team
As accessibility is now a requirement for WordPress.org themes repository, we’ll most likely address the menu’s accessibility support in the next theme update.
The idea of adding an option to disable the theme’s menu styling (for custom menu plugins compatibility) has been on the list for a while, so this might also make it in the theme at some point.
Doing this manually currently requires duplicating the header.php file in the child theme and customizing it to rename/remove the #access ID from the menu container.
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