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Category Archives: Google
Refer to Google Chrome accessibility update I have written on the issue of Google Chrome accessibility a number of times since its initial release. Progress is being made, but that progress is too slow for some users of Assistive Technology.… Continue Reading When will Google Chrome be accessible?
Will HTML5 make the use of WAI-ARIA in HTML redundant? the short answer is definitley not. There are many ARIA roles and properties that are not provided by native elements and attributes in HTML5. Also developers still have the desire… Continue Reading HTML5 and the myth of WAI-ARIA redundance
The recent EU ruling requires Microsoft to provide Windows operating system users with a choice of browsers to install rather than having Microsoft Internet Explorer pre-installed. This is a laudable initiative that provides a more level playing field for browser… Continue Reading Freedom of Choice