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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).
What's the most/correct accessible way to use headings in a web modal window?
Suppose I set a custom validity message for a field using setCustomValidity() to describe why a form field is not valid. Would this content be available to users using assistive technology?
Anyone knows anything about, how to implement accessibility in Angular 2 with Typescript?
i'd like to create custom view and provide for talkback information about type, state and may be short description of this view.
how i can to do it?
If i have same navigation on 2 places in every page , one is in dropdown and again is in left sider bar will it create difficulties for screen reader user?
I started reading upon html5 and I am trying to work on a project so that I can see how things work. I know that the tag can be use like this:
I am using AccEvent.exe and want to extract text from the line where my caret is positioned in any window. Which Events and Object Properties in AccEvent.exe should I use?
I have a Burger Menu Button which is selectable via TAB. When I click on it and the menu opens up the burger has this blue outline to make it clear that it is focused.
In my UWP app I have TextBlock:
I am currently working on a web page with a silent video banner.
Discovered some bad app using android accessibility to hack my app, call up my app and manipulate things automatically (user are cheaters so they enable accessibility service), how can I block andr
In my code I have a list of buttons stored in an unordered list.
We have implemented the responsive website with accessibility features. It's built in Angular 1.x. I would like to know whether the user is accessing the site through accessibility feature or not.
I have a Java application using the Substance LookAndFeel with Windows as the the target platform and I want to increase the DPI setting of my application without changing the system setti
In the App that I am currently working on, there is a nested collection view setup.
So I was sending a proposal for a research project and wanted to do something related to web design but couldn't find good topics.
iOS 11 has an accessibility feature that shows a large version of a tabbar icon in a pop-up HUD when long pressed. In a WWDC presentation, it was mentioned this just involves turning on:
I recently included the RatingBar view into a layout and realized it is not compatible with Talkback (it is not accessible).
Im doing a html page which has to be accessible.
I have the following bootstrap popover:
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