The Assistance On Demand (AoD) platform provides you with tools to easily deploy machine/human/crowd-based assistance systems on demand.
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While making a html page, I notice that NVDA reads "clickable" for every <p> or <span> tag. Is there a way to stop this?
I was running lynx to test some HTML I had to do, because having accessibility in mind.
Im doing a html page which has to be accessible.
I have the following bootstrap popover:
I have a form with 3 input fields and then a button that is shaped like a next symbol.
I want to detect whether a screen reader is running on a user's machine to avoid sound clashing with audio tag in html. If so, please provide details on how this could be done.
<input type="search" placeholder="search" />
I have an Apache (2.4.10) web server running on a desktop with Debian (Jessie, 8).
I know you can change elements of web pages and some aspects of the outer "chrome" via custom themes, font family settings, etc.
If I use the Ctrl+ and Ctrl- key combinations I can lower my font size down to 8pt, even though if I edit my user preferences I can set this to whatever I like.
In our application we have a lot of lists falling under a single label.
With many of the commercial and corporate buildings now having more strict control around entries and exits, I was wondering in terms of accessibility how people with vision impairment are provided
I've stumbled on this very obvious idea while working on a website with a lot of interactive items that lead to separate pages.
I'm developing a serious game for collecting behavioral data and I need to convey to each player some status infor
I have a case where i have tabs and each tabs has a set of information.
I know that underlining non-link text is taboo because it confuses the user into thinking it's a link.
We have an application where users have to subscribe to health plans for 3,6,or 12 months.
I recently built a browser extension like Vimium
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