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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 run a site (ASP.NET) for a company that is in different counties, based on the link the user clicks on the landing page all the <a> tags on the page gets a string of the county
I'd like for my program to be able to override the maximum imposed mouse size of 32x32 much like the program in the picture attached does, the cursor pictured is 72x72.
I am using safari on Mac. Cursor and focus on field looks fine.
I have been manually including ARIA attributes in my component templates when I came across the angular-aria module: https:
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:
I have the following iframe:
iOS devices have embedded voice synthesizers for Accessibility's VoiceOver feature. Is there a way you can use these synthesizers programmatically to generate text-based sounds?
This article https://code.facebook.com/posts/435862739941212/making-react-na
I have a field for a code which always starts with the same four letters, so those are prefilled.
I have a toggle checkbox enclosed inside a label element. However, I don't need any text to a label element. But accessibility throws me an error to add a label text which I don't need at all.
Is it possible to programmatically modify the local context menu that TalkBack shows when my own app is in front, by default upon swipe up and right gesture?
I am trying to adapt an older website to become accessible.
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.
in a web page, I am trying to open an overlay with the help of ng-click and there is no href available for this with the help of java script, respective overlay is being called.
When I open my dialog( which docent have any title), I want system to read whole content of the dialog
Below is the xml(sample_dialog.xml) i am rendering in my dialog
I'm trying to build an accessibility tool in order to enlarge and decrease all the characters in my websites.
The confirmation dialogues in chrome are not accessible to JAWS screenreader (Version 18.0.2945).
My Xamarin.Forms app's main page consists of a MasterDetailPage that looks like the following:
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