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kkittinger
Nintex Newbie

Accessibility Compliance for Nintex Forms

Hi Community and Devs,

My question is since haven't seen anything on this is, are Nintex forms ADA compliant or do we have to make them so?

If they are not what are the ways or resources needed to do so, or has anyone have ideas on this?

Thanks

Kevin

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Re: Accessibility Compliance for Nintex Forms

Hello,

I don't think that Nintex Forms are ADA Compliant by default-, You have to make it so.. Please have a look here for more techniques and what a form/website/pdf should include to be ADA compliant: Creating an ADA-compliant website - TechRepublic  -, not an easy task..

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Re: Accessibility Compliance for Nintex Forms

Hi, Kevin Kittinger​! If Gokan Ozcifci (MVP)​'s post is your solution, please click it as the "correct answer?"  If you're still working, keep us posted! Thanks!

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Re: Accessibility Compliance for Nintex Forms

Gokan Ozcifci (MVP)‌ as I am running into this issue too. I don't believe Kevin Kittinger‌'s question was "what is ADA" as much as it was "how specifically" to make Nintex Forms ADA compliant. I am only speaking for me here, but I know how to make a custom website ADA compliant. My issue is Nintex does not make this task intuitive. 

I assumed the "associated control" property in the labels would take care of the "input missing label" issue, but that this result it intermittent. 

Is there any guidance on how to make Nintex Forms ADA compliant?

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