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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).
We're looking to launch a new version of a website, and we had multiple users concerned about readability with grey text on a grey background.
Is it necessary to include a wide variety of user accessibility features such as color contrast or different font sizes?
what is the purpose of using Color Contrast Tool? It's just background and text checking or icon checking?
Quoting this article:
I'm a junior web accessibility specialist and currently I'm building my portfolio, basically from scratch.
One of our accessible-savvy dev.teams are building a new web interface to a booking system. It looks and acts pretty much like a web calendar interface.
I have some forms that use submit butttons like this:<input type="button" onclick="validateAndSubmit()">
<input type="button" onclick="validateAndSubmit()">
I have a component which presents an x/y axis plane and a nub that users can move around within the plane.
I'm making a URL logging tool with UIAutomation.
Building a nice accessible web page is hard. Currently, Im trying to make a tooltip web accessible and I need help. Do you guys have any piece of advice for it?
I am asking for the sake of accessibility.
The below code adds a UIPanGestureRecognizer to the whole view on screen.
I'm testing with the latest version of iOS on the iPad.
I am needing to add custom aria-labels to each of the menu (and sub-menu) items in my WordPress website. It is running a custom theme.
This is so simple I don't get how it could possibly go wrong. I'm trying to get a simple intra-page link to behave.
(If it's relevant, this is an angular 2 app, using routing.)
Desired behavior : When a Tabkey press happens on a particular dom element in a webPage I want my cursor focus to go to address bar.
I have code for autocomplete that is based on jQuery autocomplete. I want to change the code so that it conforms to the accessibility rules.
I've got an app which uses <item name="android:windowActionBarOverlay">true</item>
I am running a slideshow on a client site. The slideshow animates each slide, and relies SOLELY on the scrollwheel of the mouse although it also 'swipes' when in touchscreen devices.
I've seen on many suggestions lists for ADA compliance that videos be linked instead of embedded (like here:
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