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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 encountering something bizarre in which a page with a form and fairly minimal layout is read correctly by JAWS 16 and 18 in IE11 on initial load.
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I have a simple GUI with a single QTextEdit. I want to change the text of textEdit object whenever some keys pressed by user.
I have a navigation with dropdown menus on larger screens, and in order to create the proper responsive behavior for smaller screens, I've set preventDefault on the parent-link that has a dropdown
I'm developing a software for music education purposes and it has to be accessible by screen reader so blind kids can use it too. But I'm having a problem with JOptionPane messages.
I am using :before pseudo-elements bound to particular classes to add symbols in front of p tags, with CSS like this:
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 been using the Mac OSX's built in screen-reader for testing my site, I know it's not the best but it's all I have for now. But I'm finding it isn't pausing at the end of elements...
Please correct me if I am wrong, but usually screen reader navigation works by pressing the tab key, and usually you do not have (or need) tab-able images.
I have an aria-live region on a role="alert" with the value "assertive" that is not being spoken on form submit.
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
I am currently working on making a responsive website accessible and I wonder whether a blind person who opens the page on a smartphone will be able to open the hidden menu somehow, or if he/she "s
I am working on making an overlay modal more accessible. It works essentially like this JSFiddle.
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