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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).
My Xamarin.Forms app's main page consists of a MasterDetailPage that looks like the following:
I am trying to implement aria live function on a angular page. please find below a sample code which I am implementing.
I have a problem with voiceover on a collectionview. I have a fullscreen (minus navigation bar) UICollectionView that contains 5 cells.
I'm doing accessibility work and testing tab focus.
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 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.
I have a button with accessibility label @"a". When the button is pressed, I have a callback that sets the accessibility label button.accessibilityLabel = @"b".
button.accessibilityLabel = @"b"
I have an aria-live region on a role="alert" with the value "assertive" that is not being spoken on form submit.
Is there a default, standard, recommended or well known icon to denote that a link will open a new browser window?
I learned that the <abbr> tag is supposed to be interpreted by screen readers in a way that its title attribute would replace its content when read by a screen reade
So I have the following function. What it does is listens for the focus event on all elements.
I have a React project that shows a bunch of social media links that are just icons to their respective sites.
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
Like any responsible developer, I'd like to make sure that the sites I produce are accessible to the widest possible audience, and that includes the significant fraction of the population with some
My last question about the same topic was not clear enough and was put on hold by c
My users will be using TalkBack enabled or some other Accessible Service.
After I open my app, it jumps to the accessibility settings.
I have 2 buttons next to a textbox and another textbox after the 2 buttons. The tabindex for the first textbox is 1000, the first button is 1001 and the second button is 1002.
I have a bunch of buttons on the screen which are positioned intuitively visually but are not read in an intuitive order by VoiceOver.
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