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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).
As per the title, what is the difference when I have tabIndex="false" versus having empty tabIndex?
Working on making an angular project accessible. Page has a frame like this: where each element is a component.
When you first load a web page, then press "Tab", document.activeElement will be the <body> tag and nothing on the page will have focus (i.e.
I am creating an accessible chat window for use in a project. The buttons must be focusable to perform actions on each message.
In most cases there doesn't seem to be any visual indication which must be difficult for users who rely on the keyboard.
This is an issue with iOS9 Safari. The :focus styling is not triggering when a button or anchor tag is tapped, not even the native focus outlines.
I have a Burger Menu Button which is selectable via TAB. When I click on it and the menu opens up the burger has this blue outline to make it clear that it is focused.
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