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Please correct me if i am wrong, but usually screenreader navigation works by pressing tab key, and usually you do not have (or need) tab-able images.
I am working on a website using frames. The top frame holds the menu items and the bottom frame holds the main content.
How can I href to main frame content section?
Is there any way in which I can make my Vaadin-Grid accessible for screen reader users or even simply by tabbing?
I am currently working on a highly accessible website. How can I make the screen reader not read the (1) associated labels, (2) not indicate if it is checked or not, to a focused checkbox?
I have in my page "play/Stop Button Element". The button is changed to "play" or "stop" when it's pressed.
I'm trying to make my app accessible (use voice-over properly).
I have a button with accessibility label @"a". When the button is pressed, I have a callback that sets the accessibility label button.accessibilityLabel = @"b".
button.accessibilityLabel = @"b"
I've sifted through the available UIAccessibility capabilities here but haven't fo
A more complex version of: Word-wrap in an HTML table.
I am working on an ERP Web App which doesn't need SEO.
In few instances, I may have to use Learn More / Click Here.
I have an aria-live region on a role="alert" with the value "assertive" that is not being spoken on form submit.
I've seen some recommendations about using Assets Framework (assets.cms.gov) for accessibility.
I am working on a reactjs application and I have elements that get added to the DOM:
hi i done some research and find out the way to get browser URL using AccessibleObjectFromPoint or by this you can access any UI element so please tell me whats wrong in my code
Is there a default, standard, recommended or well known icon to denote that a link will open a new browser window?
I have a duo lingo (English + Spanish) android application.
I have a question on accessibility.
There are several layers/modals or flyout windows which are opened on click of a button or link.
I cannot seem to access my iron-data-table via tabbing, considering that I am trying to create an accessible web interface.
Does anybody have any knowledge of such things?
I have this Css Toggle which works as expected, I want to add the focus outline to all the toggles for accessiiblity
[Edited question] If I have an api.ai discussion app which dynamically creates buttons with the intent names on them: Say I ordered a sandwich and now api.ai is asking me what spread I want, but, A
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