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HTML5 accessibility implementation support in browsers

Posted on Wednesday, 18 June 2014 by Steve Faulkner

I have been testing and tracking browser accessibility implementation support for a range of new HTML features since 2010. Data can be found on HTML5accessibility.com. Over the last week I also undertook a more formal, targeted testing of the normative implementation requirements in the WAI-ARIA section of the HTML5.0 specification which is currently on its […]

disclosure-button custom control

Posted on Friday, 2 May 2014 by Steve Faulkner

Cedric Trevisan and I have been cooking up a simple custom element, web component (using polymer) that provides a flexible disclosure control with accessibility baked in. It’s still in progress (Cedric will follow up with a detailed post on how he got it to work!) but here’s a sneak peak: disclosure-button – specification doc. disclosure-button […]

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Every time Hans speaks at our work sessions, the entire room goes quiet. I know that all of our development people, no matter how knowledgeable they are, believe they will learn something new about accessibility.

Jennifer Gauvreau, Manager Human Factors Practice, CGI Federal