What is the best way to ensure that pages using quick tabs are accessible?
This is an example of a page using quick tabs:
As seen on the page, when you click on one of the links on the quick tab, "symptoms" for example, a new section of information about symptoms would appear. This event will hide the previous section.
I realize that it may be difficult for screen reader users to perceive at once the change that will take place when they click one of the links on the quick tab.
I'd like to know your thoughts on how we can make this more perceivable and accessible.
I'm thinking of two ways:
1. Provide textual information about the quick tab and how it works
2. Create a way where, when the user presses enter on one of the links on the quick tab, the focus will be sent automatically at the beginning of the corresponding section.
Any other suggestions?