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JavaScript touch/pointer events research notes: screenreaders, faked mouse events, touchscreens

Posted on Thursday, 10 April 2014 by Patrick H. Lauke

Over the last two years I’ve been dabbling with various aspects related to the handling of touch events and pointer events – specifically trying to determine which events are being dispatched by browsers as a result of touchscreen interactions, and what the repercussions of this are considering the increasing number of multi-input devices (such as […]

HTML5 Accessibility Chops: hidden and aria-hidden support on the UP!

At the start of 2012 I published results on the state of HTML5 hidden attribute support and aria-hidden attribute support. Based on the results, advice was provided on the best methods to hide content from some or all users.

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