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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 the following code in my project,
How would you approach announcing an accessibility message via TalkBack on Android (or iOS equivalent)? Is this possible with existing ReactNative version?
I am using :before pseudo-elements bound to particular classes to add symbols in front of p tags, with CSS like this:
I'm interested in making sure some of our sites are usable by people using screen readers.
Getting lot of ANR reports,
I'm developing an application that uses TalkBack to guide people through it.
This question asked how to know if Android Talkback is active; that worked until Jelly Bean.
I have an anchor tag in my code like this.
Quoting the docs for setServiceInfo
I want to display a list of links like a drop down select, without losing the semantic if possible. Here's what I tried. The CSS obviously does not work now.
I'm developing an app with Angular and Semantic-UI. The app should be accessible, this means it should be compliant with WCAG 2.0.
I have an HTML page in which there is
<a href="example.com"><i class="myclass"></i></a>
I have a link at the very top of the page called "Skip Navigation", that appears on the screen every time user presses Tab, and if he presses Enter while "Skip Navigation" is in focus, it takes him
I am working on a password strength checker and I was wondering if there is an ARIA and accessibility friendly way to make the screen reader to speak the letters when the input field has type="pass
Should we include directions to a user in the UI content that tells them to do something that is visually obvious?
If my Android Accessibility Service crashes, the service is not restarted by the system until the phone restarts.Is this known? Do I have a method of restarting it if the system dosen't?
let bodyFontDescriptor = UIFontDescriptor
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What are the syntactical features of current languages that prove problematic for screen readers or braille readers? What symbols and constructs are annoying to hear or feel?
I'm wondering if there is a way to check the hints using Accessibility Inspector? Or any other way on iOS to debug the accessibility viewing the hints? Thanks!
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