You can add a skip Twitter link to the CityFlex theme to help users navigating the blog skip the Twitter feed if they don't want the screenreader to read it.
Add the code below at the start of the custom HTML block used to display your Twitter feed.
<a id="beforeTwitterTimeline" tabindex="0" title="Start of twitter feed" aria-label="Start of twitter timeline"></a>
<a class="skip-link sr-only sr-only-focusable" href="#afterTwitterTimeline">Skip twitter timeline</a>
Add the code below after your Twitter embed code
<a class="skip-link sr-only sr-only-focusable" href="#beforeTwitterTimeline">Skip to the start of the twitter timeline</a>
<a id="afterTwitterTimeline" tabindex="0" title="End of twitter feed" aria-label="End of twitter timeline"></a>
Your display name may be set to your username. You can change the display to your full name. To do this:
You need to complete the External Examiner Account Request Form (via the IT Self Service Portal).
Include a list of blog URLs that the external examiner requires access to and indicate what level of access the External Examiner should have on the blogs. The Subscriber role is recommended as this enables the External Examiner to view the blog(s), read comments and write comments.