Native HTML elements don’t require the addition of ARIA attributes to expose the semantics they have, as, for the most part, browsers expose this information: YAY. This is expressed in the ARIA specification: …there are many situations in which WAI-ARIA semantics are redundant with host language semantics. It is also expressed in HTML as a […]
A few of us from The Paciello Group will be gathering in Brighton next week for our annual Tech Team Meetup. It seems too good an opportunity to miss hosting a meetup, so we’ll all be at the Caxton Arms from 6 p.m. on Thursday, 13th October. The Caxton is a 2-minute walk from the […]
ZoomText Magnifier/Reader is a popular combination magnifier/screen reader, primarily for users with low vision. A feature it provides is Web Finder, which makes use of HTML semantics to provide navigation to, interaction with, and understanding of content structure.
With the recent news that Microsoft Edge now has 100% accessibility support for HTML5, this post looks at what “accessibility supported” means, and where it fits into the bigger accessibility picture.
TPG and our peers at Teach Access are very excited to announce the Teach Access Tutorial. This tutorial provides a set of hands-on coding exercises and reference material for accessibility best practices, and provides basic training for developers and designers interested in building inclusive experiences.