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responsive-menu.js on line 264 there is a small bug which I need help addressing:
aria-expanded is not being set to
false where it has been set to
true elsewhere in the file. When a menu item is open, and another menu item is clicked, the first item will slide up but will still retain the attribute
aria-expanded="true". The next time the item is clicked, even though it slides open, it now has the attribute
aria-expanded="false". A simple fix would be to add
aria-expanded to line 264:
others.find( '.' + subMenuButtonClass ).removeClass( 'activated' ).attr( 'aria-pressed', 'false' ).attr( 'aria-expanded', 'false');
I've added this temporarily to my site, but am wondering if we can get this added to the framework so I can update next time.https://www.corralitos.church/about/our-past/
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