We know that your business caters to a diverse audience and we want to make sure everyone can read your emails.
All of your Flodesk emails include the necessary coding and HTML formatting in the background to ensure subscribers who use screen reader devices, like ChromeVox on Chrome OS, VoiceOver on Mac and NVDA on Windows can enjoy your emails.
Emails composed on our platform include HTML attributes, including:
Alt text - Images all have a valid “alt” attribute
Content type - Email has a “meta content-type” and defined character set
Language type - Email is tagged with the language of “en”
Table roles - Email’s table roles are defined. This helps screen readers determine
how to interpret the table
Heading hierarchy - Email headings are well structured. This will help screen readers easily navigate your content
In addition to screen reader support for emails, all interactive elements in the Flodesk web app can be read by screen readers, too, making it easier for members with low vision to create an email or set up a new workflow.
You can also work without your mouse, navigating through Flodesk with just your keyboard. Learn more about this in the Keyboard accessibility guide.
Let's sum it up!
All the Flodesk emails your subscribers receive in their inboxes are accessible for screen readers. Just like all interactive elements in the Flodesk web app can be read by screen readers, too.
More to learn
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Please do not submit support tickets and feature requests via this feedback form.
If you need technical assistance, please submit a support ticket via email at email@example.com mentioning your Flodesk account login email with a detailed description of your problem.
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