Talking Drupal
Talking Drupal is a weekly chat about web design and development by a group a guys with one thing in common, we love Drupal. With hosts Stephen Cross, John Picozzi and Nic Laflin.

Today we are talking about WebOps Enabled Accessibility with Tearyne Almendariz and Blake Bertuccelli.

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  • What is WebOps Enabled Accessibility
  • Who should be concerned about it
  • Describe a few use cases
  • What types of tests are good to perform
  • If Accessibility is “built-in” why do I need to test for it
  • How much accessibility is content related
  • Where do you run the tests
  • Are they pass / fail or percentage based
  • What tools are most common
  • How does Pantheon support WebOps Accessibility



Blake Bertuccelli-Booth - @bbertucc


Nic Laflin - @nicxvan
John Picozzi - @johnpicozzi
Tearyne Almendariz - @tearyneg



Martin Anderson-Clutz - @mandclu

Entity Comparison

  • Brief description
    • Generate a configurable comparison table for two or more Drupal entities: products, events, people, etc
    • Not dependent on Commerce, but should be compatible
  • Brief history
    • Created in 2017
  • Current version
    • Current 4.0 release created in Aug 2022, ready for Drupal 10, and has security coverage
  • Actively maintained
  • Number of open issues
    • 3 open, 2 have patches
  • Usage stats
    • 292 sites
  • Module features and usage
    • Generates “Comparison” configuration entities, which specify which entity type and bundle will be used
    • Automatically creates a view mode for the selected bundle
    • Fields set to display will be included in the comparison table
    • Two custom blocks: one to show the link to add to or remove an entity from the comparison (via AJAX), and one to show a link to the comparison
    • Link for toggle of an entity’s inclusion is also available as a field
Direct download: td-371-libsynv4.mp3
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