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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 have a div element (which has another div inside it) which currently has role="button".
This element is under the body, and this creates a violation when
I am using Accessibility with VoiceOver in my app.
I've come across this simple question while designing an application. The application requires a person to login to the system.
Below, the code is given for menu. It is having Home Link, Category Bar with Dropdown link and sub-dropdown links. How to make this code accessible with keyboard/tab key?
I have a form with 10 fields. By changing the checkbox changes the select and text input values and those form fields will be disabled. How can we achieve this for screen readers using ARIA?
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 have a UIButton subclass, ACTLanguageButton that really just does some custom UI changes so that I can reuse the style.
I've stuggled to find an answer to this problem, I would like to add controls to HTML5 background video, so that users can at least choose to pause the video for accessibility reasons.
Has anyone used the Node CLI version of the Google Chrome Lighthouse to automate the website auditing process?
The switch control setting which should be in [Settings] > [General] > [Accessibility] > [Switch Control] is not shown on iOS simulator. (ref:
[Settings] > [General] > [Accessibility] > [Switch Control]
I have a tag, which has the following structure
<a href="#" ng-click="generatePlanTasks()">Regenerate</a>
I have an app with the classic "hamburger menu" to open settings. When pressed in slides in from the left covering most of the screen.
I have a view that has a long press action handler. I use the content description to set the message Talkback speaks when the view gets focus.
So I'm working on updating an angular 4 application to meet WCAG AA conformance for accessibility.
my problem is that we have a current PDF file that is fillable. We are leveraging JAVA code along with iText to fill out the PDF template.
I try to fill a EditText field by using a accessibility service like DashLane or some other apps which are using accessibility service.
I am developing some app similar to Accessibility Inspector of iOS Simulator. It will mark all visible objects on screen and display details of it.
I have been working on a project where I had a case of showing a different set of data (different views) in different tabs.
I am using a screen reader (Chrome Vox) to test my site's accessibility. The problem is that after reading the menu, the reader skips all the content and goes direct to the footer.
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