Here’s your chance to help define what is meant by an accessible web experience! We’re interested in finding out more about how some common user interface design patterns can be made as useful as possible to use by people with disabilities, through The CSUN 2016 UXathon, at this year’s CSUN conference in San Diego.We’re very grateful to the CSUN […]
A discussion occured on A11ySlackers gitter channel last evening about whether use of the following markup pattern was a WCAG 2.0 failure: <img src=”a.gif” alt=”” title=”some text”>
You can make an element scrollable using CSS overflow property, problem is that typically the content cannot be scrolled using the keyboard.
I have reported previously on support in browsers and screen readers (SR) for aria-hidden and the HTML5 hidden attribute. The last time was 2 years ago, the orginal article published 2 years prior in 2012 still gets lots of page views. As its a subject that developers are interested in, so here is an update.
Tooltips have always bugged me, apart from regularly mispelling as “TOOTlips” it is a bugger trying to create one that works across browsers with Assistive Technology (AT), in particular screen readers (I have also had a long history in battling the demons of native (title attribute) display in browsers). Then there is the issue of […]