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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).
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.
I'm working on making my existing tab component accessible, I'm basing my design off of the W3C's
When using NVDA on Firefox it fails to read the first child when focusing from a container, but it is able to read the second child.
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.
I am using html textarea to simulate a command prompt. On typing a command command (e.g. ipconfig) and hitting Enter key, the command output gets appended to to the text.
I have an input implemented (with React) with Aria tags to dynamically say whether or not the field is valid. When the field looks as below it reads invalid entry despite the aria-tag.
Could some one please help with differences between those two screen readers? As I was faced with one issue while testing the accessibility using them.
I am currently working on a highly accessible website. How can I make the screen reader not read the (1) associated labels, (2) not indicate if it is checked or not, to a focused checkbox?
One customer wanting their website to be WCAG 2.0 AA level compliance is asking the website to be tested using JAWS, Talkback and Voiceover.
While making a html page, I notice that NVDA reads "clickable" for every <p> or <span> tag. Is there a way to stop this?
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