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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 created a text view that has one line of text and part of the text is a link. I use linkTextAttributes to create that clickable link text, but I cannot get accessibility to work.
I want to "talkback" anounces standart TextView as button.
i tried to use this way
In Bootstrap there are dedicated alerts.
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i am getting ANR from reports
Apologies in advance: this is a bit of a long set-up for a short question!
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 am using Accessibility with VoiceOver in my app.
The link below contains my expansion of the pull-out menu design originally conceived by Marcy Sutton. My desired effect was to create a navigation menu that included sub-menus.
Has anyone used the Node CLI version of the Google Chrome Lighthouse to automate the website auditing process?
I have a view that has a long press action handler. I use the content description to set the message Talkback speaks when the view gets focus.
I try to fill a EditText field by using a accessibility service like DashLane or some other apps which are using accessibility service.
I have been working on a project where I had a case of showing a different set of data (different views) in different tabs.
I am using a screen reader (Chrome Vox) to test my site's accessibility. The problem is that after reading the menu, the reader skips all the content and goes direct to the footer.
I have a table where every <tr> opens the <tr> below it.
How can I make it accessible to the user
I have a label that I want to set to text with a custom line height. I also want to use dynamic type.
Here's how I'm setting the label:
I am using Lighthouse to perform some assessment of an Angular/Node/ionic mobile app. I am achieving 81% - 94% scores. However, I don't know the score is computed.
Is it possible to send past command so that it pastes text into currently focused edit text, I am using RFID reader Hardware. Scenario:
I had a case where there is a view and on that user can apply any filter.
Once filter is applied > it affects all the tabs present in that view.
I want to make dropdown keyboard accessible. Right now, its not working when i am using keyboard up and down arrow. I applied tabindex but still not working. Anyone have any idea about this..
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