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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.
We are using axe to test accessibility.
Axe is giving the following issue when table cells are empty:
How would one hide CSS certain generated content (used for pure styling) from screen reader? Is it possible without using HTML hacks like aria-hidden?
What is causing this accordion nav to lose browser default focus?
I'm working on a project that it has to be accessible to everyone and I have some problems when the PC is in High Contrast mode.
I've got a table showing participation of countries in a project in 2013 and 2018. For a year in which a country participated, we want to display a black circle.
I am using :before pseudo-elements bound to particular classes to add symbols in front of p tags, with CSS like this:
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 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
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In most cases there doesn't seem to be any visual indication which must be difficult for users who rely on the keyboard.
I have been using the Mac OSX's built in screen-reader for testing my site, I know it's not the best but it's all I have for now. But I'm finding it isn't pausing at the end of elements...
I am currently working on making a responsive website accessible and I wonder whether a blind person who opens the page on a smartphone will be able to open the hidden menu somehow, or if he/she "s
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.
Building a nice accessible web page is hard. Currently, Im trying to make a tooltip web accessible and I need help. Do you guys have any piece of advice for it?
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