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  • #3163
    Frank Ramsay
    Frank Ramsay
    Participant

    Hi there,

    We’re using this theme and it’s working really well. I have a couple of suggestions, that you may want to consider for a future update?

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    “Other categories” tags (shown in the sidebar on https://help.govintra.net/news-type/news-events/) are treated differently to category tags on other pages (https://help.govintra.net/newspage/).

    I ended up adding CSS (for .taglisting .news), but I think this could be resolved by applying the .wptag to the link, rather than the span in the template.

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    In the news feed (https://help.govintra.net/newspage/), only the first item in the listing shows the category. Could all news items show their category, and link to the category page to help users find related content?

    Thanks,

    Frank

  • #3168

    Luke Oatham
    Keymaster

    We’ll have a look at the styling inconsistencies.

    For news listings, the plan is to include categories as text only, ditching the additional links to improve the experience for screen-reader users.

  • #3171
    Frank Ramsay
    Frank Ramsay
    Participant

    Thanks for getting back to me Luke.

    Even without links, just seeing the category for every news item (in the news listing) as text by the date field, will help our users understand the content.

    Thanks again,

    Frank

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