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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).
In my app I have ad on bottom, in accessibility (talkback) mode I don't want ads to be included.
I work with the following html code in iOS with UIWebView:
Is it possible to change the order in which the VoiceOver feature for accessibility in iPad reads out the elements, when the 'Two-finger Flick Down' gesture is done?
I'm trying to find guidance from WCAG guidelines about link text in an anchor with a mailto:email address.
I'm using a extension for Firefox to check for 508 compliance issues. found here:
This Automator action uses Accessibility / AppleScript to auto accept airdrop items. Its great.
For example, in the Mail app, after you delete an item via VoiceOver, you hear "Message deleted". How can I implement that for my custom action/button?
Here's the AppleScript code:
set phone_num to "1111111111"-- (put your own number here)
I have edittext for entering first name when creating account and its hint is "Jane"(as first name).
I'm working on a React Native app that uses FlatList to render rows of data. Each row contains an icon on the left and an item title and description on the right.
How to change a value in another app textview by using accessibility service?
What can be done to improve the accessibility of a breadcrumb menu similar to:
Often I will have my brightness set for a dark-mode website, but when I click an outside link I get blinded by the pure white background.
The Below mentioned code reflects a 'Dialog' on the screen. I am using the NVDA screen Reader to read the screen. When a Dialog box is opened, the focus should go to close dialog button.
I have an Android app that hosts an WebView and we want to adopt some accessibility feature on it.
I'm developing a software for music education purposes and it has to be accessible by screen reader so blind kids can use it too. But I'm having a problem with JOptionPane messages.
I looking at an iOS hybrid app with a wireless keyboard, from GearHead, and nothing responds to the keyboard.
I am taking an HCI class this semester at school and one thing that is glaringly obvious is how the design of current online platforms is wanting in certain areas such as accessibility.
On Vimeo.com, you could paginate using keyboard arrows, if you want to. I haven't seen this functionality on any other website. Is keyboard pagination a good option?
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