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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).
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.
We're currently updating our site for ADA compliance and want to implement a skip navigation menu on the main landing pages.
Instead of adding/removing my different sections to/from the DOM, I'm only hiding them with aria-hidden="true", and unhiding them if certain <a> toggles are clicked.
What WAI-ARIA roles should be used for carousels, like the one below?
I have an issue where drilling down into a text field with Control+Option+Shift+Down ends up reading more than what's currently inside of the text field.
I work with the following html code in iOS with UIWebView:
What can be done to improve the accessibility of a breadcrumb menu similar to:
Recently I've been implementing ARIA into a web application and I found this quest
I'm trying to make my website fully accessible for devices like screen readers. In one page on my site, I have a screenshot of an application showing a lot of text.
This question already has an answer here:
Refer the implementation as mentioned here:Role image for pseudo background images
I'm developing an app with Angular and Semantic-UI. The app should be accessible, this means it should be compliant with WCAG 2.0.
I'm using <label> to wrap an input such that its success and error messages can appear inside its label for association.
I'm running an automated accessibility test on my site and getting an error for a tooltip element which uses
I got some kind of accessibility test (for blind, deaf users, etc.) of a customer website and there are also hints how to improve the accesibility.
One of the hints is for image buttons:
I'm trying to find out a way of ignoring decorative text similar to ignoring decorative images using an empty alt.
I have code that generates an inline validation error for each form field that is invalid, e.g.
I have a div element (which has another div inside it) which currently has role="button".
This element is under the body, and this creates a violation when
I have a button that looks like this:
I have a table where every <tr> opens the <tr> below it.
How can I make it accessible to the user
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