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Daniel Göransson introduced VoiceOver’s contradictory support for block level links on a mailing list for Apple accessibility. Specifically, Safari + VoiceOver on OSX allows the link to be announced as a single object, whereas on iOS, the link is announced as individual elements. Prior to HTML5, the link tag was an inline element and was […]

Responsive web design, creating a single page that morphs with the view port size, is a major feature of modern web design. There are many factors to consider for performance and accessibility. This article will touch on responsive design’s impact on image accessibility.

This presentation was created for the YUI Conference, November 2013 by Sarbbottam and Ted Drake. Sample code is available at GitHub Bruce Lee toy photos courtesy [CC] images by Shaun Wong on Flickr. Watch the full presentation (includes closed captions): You can also view the slides: YUI + Accessibility: Welcome the whole world from Ted […]

ARIA (Accessible Rich Internet Applications) allows web developers to make their complex web applications accessible. This presentation will introduce ARIA attributes and how they establish landmarks, states, and roles. Learn how to use the basic elements that belong on every application. This presentation will also show more advanced topics, such as invalid form inputs, live […]

The HTML specifications for forms suggests using a <fieldset> with <legend> to define similar items within a form. Normally this is used to combine the forms into large chunks, for instance the billing address, credit card information, and personal information. It’s also useful for combining radio and checkbox sets. Typically, we associate a form input […]




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