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This listing is a compilation of both questions asked in-site and questions related to accessibility themes gathered from different sources (stackoverflow, UX Stack Exchange).
We are using axe to test accessibility.
Axe is giving the following issue when table cells are empty:
I have a ToolStripMenuItem called "myMenu". How can I access this like so:
/* Normally, I would do: */
I'm totally new to accessibility technology in angular and material design. In my project I would like to have selection list where one item can be selected.
I am trying to make my application accessible and I am having a couple of issues with navigating around views which are in an AppBarLayout.
The html structure looks like this
I have a <thead> with a couple of rows that are sortable. My markup currently looks like this:
I am working on android 4.4.2 building an application with a system overlay/floating window created by an accessibility service.
I'm programming a react native game app for blind kids to help them with maths.
Simple problem in fact.
I am displaying some Text using sap.m or sap.ui.commons elements.
I cannot access none of them using the arrows (cursors).
If you have a subpage (in my example school data) within a parent section (statutory information).
I'm seeking Accessible Highlighting online and not seeing much.
I have an Xperia Z2 phone (Lolipop 5.1)
It was unfortunately ran over by a car.
The display and touch screen were destroyed but the device is still working (to my suprise).
I am going through a large website (1600+ pages) to make it pass Priority 1 W3C WAI. As a result, things like image tags need to have alt attributes.
I work on accessibility for an ios app.
I use TouchableHightLight on checkboxes.
Does WCAG 2.0 allow tables for layout, I can't see anything in the guidelines saying you can't but this suprises me.
I have a NSTouchBar with an item whose view is a NSSegmentedControl that has 4 items - A, B, C, D.
I'm working on the input app, which doesn't have focus when users are typing. And users can't press "Alt" + "Tab" key to select it as it doesn't show in the running app list.
When I have a set of either check boxes or radio buttons I often need to have an Other choice.
How would one hide CSS certain generated content (used for pure styling) from screen reader? Is it possible without using HTML hacks like aria-hidden?
I'm working on a project currently where the client organisation deals with vulnerable people regularly.
If you see an error or omission or if you have any other comments, please let us know