Although most social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram do have accessibility features built-in, just like with eChalk, it is up to the content creators to supply accessible content. If you choose to embed social media feeds onto your eChalk site, please review the content you put out onto your social media accounts and ensure that the basics of including Alt text and video captioning are adhered to on those platforms prior to embedding on your web site.
Below are the common embedded video errors that Guide will flag and how you can correct them:
If a page
Has a social block
Indicates that embedded social media is present. Please make sure the content is accessible and whitelist this error once confirmed.
For example, if you have any third-party embedded content such as a Facebook Feed or a Twitter Feed, please review with your Social Media Manager how to add Alt Text descriptions to images posted on those platforms. All third party social media content should have the ability to allow users to add descriptions for images. Remember that your school or district is responsible for ensuring that all third-party content posted on your website is accessible. Once you've confirmed that the content posted on that platform is accessible, you may whitelist the warning by clicking on the Whitelist link.