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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've sifted through the available UIAccessibility capabilities here but haven't fo
A more complex version of: Word-wrap in an HTML table.
I am working on an ERP Web App which doesn't need SEO.
In few instances, I may have to use Learn More / Click Here.
I've seen some recommendations about using Assets Framework (assets.cms.gov) for accessibility.
I am working on a reactjs application and I have elements that get added to the DOM:
hi i done some research and find out the way to get browser URL using AccessibleObjectFromPoint or by this you can access any UI element so please tell me whats wrong in my code
I have a duo lingo (English + Spanish) android application.
I have an aria-live region on a role="alert" with the value "assertive" that is not being spoken on form submit.
Is there a default, standard, recommended or well known icon to denote that a link will open a new browser window?
I have a question on accessibility.
There are several layers/modals or flyout windows which are opened on click of a button or link.
I cannot seem to access my iron-data-table via tabbing, considering that I am trying to create an accessible web interface.
Does anybody have any knowledge of such things?
I have this Css Toggle which works as expected, I want to add the focus outline to all the toggles for accessiiblity
[Edited question] If I have an api.ai discussion app which dynamically creates buttons with the intent names on them: Say I ordered a sandwich and now api.ai is asking me what spread I want, but, A
I learned that the <abbr> tag is supposed to be interpreted by screen readers in a way that its title attribute would replace its content when read by a screen reade
So I have the following function. What it does is listens for the focus event on all elements.
How would one place focus on a paper-input contained within a paper-dialog at the point of it being opened?
I am trying to implement an AccessibilityService that records the user's actions (only click events at this point) and stores them, such that they can be replayed at a later point in time.
I'm make an accessible website menu and would like to differentiate between a mouse "Click" and a VoiceOver "Press" to open a submenu.
I am using AccessibilityService to determine the text and coordinates of views of any current application running in android device.
I have a React project that shows a bunch of social media links that are just icons to their respective sites.
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