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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).
Trying to get the pseudo class :focus to work in Edge. This is working in Chrome and Firefox, but for ADA reasons, need it to work in Edge.
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 have a function that locks the focus inside a dialog.
The Below mentioned code reflects a 'Dialog' on the screen. I am using the NVDA screen Reader to read the screen. When a Dialog box is opened, the focus should go to close dialog button.
How do I make focus invisible for radio buttons only on click (focus should be visible through keyboard navigation)
How to make part of a div not visible for a screen reader using jquery?
I'm currently delving on an A11y issue the project I'm working on has.
I'm trying to build an accessibility tool in order to enlarge and decrease all the characters in my websites.
I've seen some recommendations about using Assets Framework (assets.cms.gov) for accessibility.
So I have the following function. What it does is listens for the focus event on all elements.
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'm testing with the latest version of iOS on the iPad.
Desired behavior : When a Tabkey press happens on a particular dom element in a webPage I want my cursor focus to go to address bar.
I have code for autocomplete that is based on jQuery autocomplete. I want to change the code so that it conforms to the accessibility rules.
I am running a slideshow on a client site. The slideshow animates each slide, and relies SOLELY on the scrollwheel of the mouse although it also 'swipes' when in touchscreen devices.
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