Focus moves on non-interactive controls.
Focus shouldn't go to the non-interactive element in table content.
TEST ENVIRONMENTOS: Windows_11
Screen Reader: NVDA (2021.3)
1. Open URL Telerik Web UI Grid Overview Demo | Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX page in edge browser and turn on NVDA.
2. Navigate to next/previous controls in browse mode on the over view page.
3. Observe the issue.
In browse mode, name property is not announced by the screen reader for next/previous buttons.
In browse mode, Screen reader should announce a name p:roperty 'First, Next, Previous and Last page' for the controls.
Heres a simple one: I have a dynamic grid `MasterTableView.EnableColumnsViewState = false;` on page init and all works fine. However, when the client/browser show a dynamic column thats hidden (or vise versa), and the column is gone on postback (being a dynamic grid this can happen), the LoadClientState tries to get the column - and if it fails to, it breaks down hard.. Instead it should just ignore it, as its just a pretty un-important show/hide state.
Your RadGrid code goes something like this:
if (clientState.ContainsKey("showedColumns")) ->
control.GetColumn(columnUniqueName).Display = true; <-- just ignore this if not found - also on the others like hide, resize etc.
Thank you!... +1 for making this html editor a MD flavor instead :)
Noticed that when using a template to custom define the pager look, the pager gets rendered in a TD and not a TH as expected since the pager is in a THEAD. Could the header pager only be modified to render in TH? This would allow all elements in the header to render the same and help with styling.