nullThe new version of NetBank is version Saver 5.4, and here's my analysis of it:
- NetBank has tables, and lots of them, primarily used to do layout. As tabling isn't a recommended system for doing layout according to WCAG guidelines, this means screen readers will have trouble with the layout.
- The menu structure is based on? http://www.dhtmlcentral.com/projects/coolmenus/ which is 2002 code, somewhat archaic, and whoever coded it didn't even remove the copyright notice out of the file.
- The only use of CSS is for very basic styling,
but not for positioning. This is contrary to accessibility standards, which makes their FAQ on NetBank somewhat contradictory
- NetBank Places
an XHTML doctype (Transitional) yet the code Netbank generates is still HTML, which means it remains invalid.
- There is also a <h2> call that goes nowhere and no content in it.
However, there are some ideas going in the right direction:
- The Coolmenu JS replicates the left hand navigation structure, which means it is redundant.
- It somehow validates 508 on Cynthia, whilst having invalid code, showing? the limitations of Cynthia as an online validator.
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