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Category Archives: HTML 5
Charles Pritchard has taken the time to provide an email overview of Canvas accessibility discussions which have taken place on the public-canvas-api over the past 3 years. I have reformatted it here and added some headings, as it is an… Continue Reading HTML5 canvas accessibility discussions 2009-2011
I tweeted the other day, suggesting people switch to the HTML5 doctype as the use of ARIA is conforming in HTML5. As things stand, if ARIA roles, states and properties are used on HTML elements with a doctype other than… Continue Reading HTML5 Accessibility Chops: ARIA & validation
HTML5 introduces new section elements. The new elements include header, footer, section, article, nav and aside. What is the accessibility potential of these new elements for users of assistive technology such as screen readers?
The placeholder attribute: The placeholder attribute can be used to place text inside an empty input type=”text” or textarea, the text is removed when the element receives focus.
Refer to Using WAI-ARIA Landmarks – 2013 Ukranian translation of Using WAI-ARIA Landmarks 2011 by Vlad Brown.