Ometria's website overlay has been designed and developed with accessibility in mind, meaning that you can create the best possible experience for all of your website visitors.
Many users with motor disabilities rely on a keyboard to navigate your website, rather than a mouse or trackpad.
This is why we've made sure that visitors to your site can use their keyboard to access all of the important form elements in your website overlay.
We've also included clear focus indicators on the important interactive form elements of the overlay so that visitors know which item they have tabbed to.
You have the option to include alt text for your overlay background image, which increases accessibility for visitors using screen readers to navigate your site:
In the UK there are almost 2 million people living with sight loss, and many of them rely on screen readers to navigate the Internet.
When someone visiting your website is using a screen reader, they can tab to or hover over your overlay image and their software will read the alt text aloud to them.
Including alt text is a simple and powerful way to make sure none of your visitors miss out on information in graphics.
Even if your background images doesn't contain important information/text, it's useful to describe the image for screen reader users.