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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 am creating an accessible chat window for use in a project. The buttons must be focusable to perform actions on each message.
I have a use case where I want to disable some radio buttons, but there are ways to go back an re-enable this radio buttons.
Our marketing department has made a new homepage for our site that uses a looped .mp4 file of people walking down a hallway that's being used as the background for our header/logo area.
Apologies in advance: this is a bit of a long set-up for a short question!
I'm trying to find out a way of ignoring decorative text similar to ignoring decorative images using an empty alt.
I have a button that looks like this:
I have a table where every <tr> opens the <tr> below it.
How can I make it accessible to the user
I'm currently delving on an A11y issue the project I'm working on has.
I want to build an "image select" feature into my form, like this:
In my template I have a bunch of cards, each has name and a button. Button title should contain name. Simplified:
In most cases there doesn't seem to be any visual indication which must be difficult for users who rely on the keyboard.
I'm working on fixing some accessibility issues on a web page.
I need to nest some elements where two elements have a role attribute.
Is it possible that the inner elements are also read out?
I have a webpage which uses radio button labels as buttons, with inputs hidden
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...
Is there any way in which I can make my Vaadin-Grid accessible for screen reader users or even simply by tabbing?
I am working on a website using frames. The top frame holds the menu items and the bottom frame holds the main content.
How can I href to main frame content section?
Please correct me if I am wrong, but usually screen reader navigation works by pressing the tab key, and usually you do not have (or need) tab-able images.
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