Quick Tip: ARIA authoring practices for testing The WAI-ARIA Authoring Practices isn’t just a guide for building ARIA widgets, it is a great resource for testing. First, make sure the widget matches its description. Second, test the keyboard interaction as outlined. Third, make sure the ARIA roles, states, and properties… Continue Reading Accessibility Tip – September 2021
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: 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