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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 fragment that appears over the bottom half of a full screen webview to display glossary and footnote items that are clicked on in the webview.
I have an input implemented (with React) with Aria tags to dynamically say whether or not the field is valid. When the field looks as below it reads invalid entry despite the aria-tag.
I'm doing accessibility work and testing tab focus.
I have a class of AP CSP and AP CSA at the high school level.
I have a blurred view which overlays other views.
I have a webpage which uses radio button labels as buttons, with inputs hidden
Could some one please help with differences between those two screen readers? As I was faced with one issue while testing the accessibility using them.
After current Safari version upgrade to 10.1.2 from 10.1.1 the down arrow key stopped working properly when used along with voice over.
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...
My bundle structure is like below:
It's the first time I post here so please accept my apologies if this question has already been addressed in any way or I'm not following the correct guidelines.
There is no reference to motion/video found in SC 1.4.3 — simple "images" and "bac
Recently I have worked on a dashboard(Web).
It is a web enterprise product with a lot of data in each view with 20+ views.
I'm trying to make my React Native app accessible.
In native, when I have a Button, TalkBack says my content description, then the component type and then a hint like:
I am working to make my code more accessible for screen-readers and I have come across this situation and have been able to find no answer for it.
Is there a way to test if a GUI is usable for color blind person?
When using the ChromeVox screen reader I find that it's possible to navigate to a select box and to select options, but I can't work out how to have the screen reader read out the options, which is
My eight-year-old son is left-handed and I am right-handed. I wish to be able to quickly and easily switch primary and secondary mouse buttons from the command line. We use Windows 10.
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