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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 have 2 buttons next to a textbox and another textbox after the 2 buttons. The tabindex for the first textbox is 1000, the first button is 1001 and the second button is 1002.
One customer wanting their website to be WCAG 2.0 AA level compliance is asking the website to be tested using JAWS, Talkback and Voiceover.
I have a bunch of buttons on the screen which are positioned intuitively visually but are not read in an intuitive order by VoiceOver.
I am using react redux to communicate changes in the routes (see http://almerosteyn.com/2017/03/access
We build UI application using JSF 2 on Eclipse IDE.
I am trying to read every item inside a ListView of any application by using AccessibilityInfo class.
I need to read a resource of a 3rd party app using its resource id(which is known to me).
I am referencing to this link:
I am delving into the confusing world of web accessibility and trying to retrofit my HTML code to have better accessibility with things such as aria-labels etc.
Apple's Accessibility Inspector tool displays the Objective-C class corresponding to the currently inspected UI Element. See NSButtonCell at the very bottom of this screenshot:
What are the differences in properties while using HTML or Accessibility mode in blue prism.
I'm new to aria and this one partially works. I can tab to the field but can't see the individual items in the dropdown. Any suggestions appreciated.
I have a button that can toggle a label being shown:
Following Android documentation, I tried adding
I am reviewing our app to make it more accessible, and I have a problem with a custom view.
I'm trying to grasp how to code with screen readers in mind, and I'm having a number of issues. The first example is a single HTML element that I tried to display:
We are working to make one of our responsive sites more accessible, but are struggling to get our heads around ARIA as it seems to go against the core principle of separating design elements from t
I have a UIAlertController that I am presenting with a view controller.
I am trying to get VoiceOver to say something other than the specified text content in an HTML span element:
I'm using the new TextInputLayout provided by Android.support to do floating label.
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