What you already know: Governments around the world mandate an accessible web experience for regulated industries, and you can be […]
Usability testing often focuses on evaluating the usability of a website for a typical user. However, nearly 20% of the […]
Do headings introduced to meet SC 2.4.10 (AAA) need to be marked up With an h<n> tag too? On this […]
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Sometimes, the visible anchor text as mandated by the user interface design is not very meaningful to vision impaired users. One could use aria-label or the title attribute or even off-screen text on text links. But what’s the best practice based on current assistive technology support?
Screen readers are designed to do one thing: read what’s on the screen. That’s why they call them screen readers, […]
Aria-invalid=true Setting aria-invalid to “true” is a quick and easy method for indicating that a field has failed validation. Yet, […]
Continuing our end of the year wrap-up, we are highlighting some of the best accessibility blog posts from 2013. Denis […]
2013 is drawing to a close and we wanted to highlight some of the best posts on the Deque blog […]
Because the attribute “aria-required” is supported by commonly used browser-assistive technology combinations, many consider its use as the easiest and […]
Forms are some of the most important pieces of most web sites; without them, we would not be able to […]
Today’s post is from Chris McMeeking, a software developer at Deque. Prior to working with Deque, Chris ran his own […]