- Global Considerations in Creating an Organizational Web Accessibility Policy
- Short note on alt in HTML
- CVAA for Fostering Innovation and Change
- Usability and accessibility opportunities in a web component world
Category Archives: Web Accessibility
At the start of 2012 I published results on the state of HTML5 hidden attribute support and aria-hidden attribute support. Based on the results, advice was provided on the best methods to hide content from some or all users.
Is a concept that lives in the HTML specification, but is essentially a fiction in the real world. It is a fiction because user agents have not implemented it and there is no indication that any will.
There is a trend amongst web developers towards using the HTML5 section element wherever and whenever possible. In the enthusiasm for all the other HTML5 structural elements, there is a growing tendency for the section element to be used whether… Continue Reading Using the HTML5 section element
In a recent tweet Jared Smith linked to Guidelines For Speech accessible HTML for Dragon NaturallySpeaking (PDF) A ‘White Paper’ published in 2009 by Nuance containing ‘guidance’ on how to code HTML to support users of its product. Note that… Continue Reading Notes on Guidelines For Speech accessible HTML for Dragon NaturallySpeaking