I’ve told this story many times over the year during the many presentations I have given on this topic. I apologize to anyone who is tired of hearing it. I have been in the field of accessible web design since the mid-1990s when I became the “Webmaster” for a small… Continue Reading Just what is a good Alternative Description?
Quick Tip: Label in Name The “label” text that visually identifies a component should typically be the same as the “name” text read by a screen reader. WCAG requires that the visible text for link, button, and the form input labels must be contained within the text presented to users… Continue Reading Accessibility Tip – August 2021
Quick Tip: Use Lists Appropriately Unordered <ul> and ordered <ol> lists should be used wherever a logical list is present, and nowhere else. Don’t merely create something that looks like a list by starting each paragraph with a bullet or number character. Likewise, don’t apply list structure to elements that do… Continue Reading Accessibility Tip – July 2021