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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.
I have following form with input fields in my angular 2 Application
Working on making an angular project accessible. Page has a frame like this: where each element is a component.
How do I make focus invisible for radio buttons only on click (focus should be visible through keyboard navigation)
I work on an Angular project where I try to implement a11y for each button and link which are tabbable.
I'm doing a bit of research into accessibility and one of the things that is asked is to put data- in-front of any data attributes.
So I'm working on updating an angular 4 application to meet WCAG AA conformance for accessibility.
I have been manually including ARIA attributes in my component templates when I came across the angular-aria module: https:
In my template I have a bunch of cards, each has name and a button. Button title should contain name. Simplified:
I am trying to implement aria live function on a angular page. please find below a sample code which I am implementing.
Anyone knows anything about, how to implement accessibility in Angular 2 with Typescript?
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