Airlines and Web Accessibility Litigation

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In the past decade, there have been many lawsuits regarding web accessibility, and the travel industry is no exception. As air carriers have moved more services online, from booking flights to checking on flight status, equal access for users of all physical abilities become more important. The popularity of airport kiosks to perform important services for travelers also becomes an issue if this equipment is… Continue Reading Airlines and Web Accessibility Litigation

Using Aria-invalid for Error Indication

Using Aria-invalid for Error Indication

Aria-invalid=true Setting aria-invalid to "true" is a quick and easy method for indicating that a field has failed validation. Yet, its usefulness from an accessibility standpoint is limited to a situation where: The identity of the failed field is so obvious visually, and No explicit description of the error is really necessary. Examples include fields whose label / instructional text expressly indicate: Data format for… Continue Reading Using Aria-invalid for Error Indication

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