VoiceOver and list-style-type: none – Unfettered Thoughts

A bug that keeps hitting me at work is VoiceOver not announcing unordered lists properly when either the list-style-type is set to none or display is set to inline. The expected behavior is that the unordered list is announced with a role of list along with the number of items, for example “list 4 items.”Continue reading “VoiceOver and list-style-type: none – Unfettered Thoughts”

10 Apple accessibility solutions everyone should know

… The great thing about the accessibility tools inside Apple products is that they make those products better for everyone. Here are some accessibility solutions every Apple user needs to know. You are the great Dictation Macs, iPads, iPhones — even the Apple Watch — all support dictation. You can use this to dictate messages, emails, notes,Continue reading “10 Apple accessibility solutions everyone should know”

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 | The Paciello Group

This week (5 June 2018) saw the release of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 as a W3C recommendation – meaning that the working group (which, among many others, included members from The Paciello Group) considers the guidelines stable and ready for implementation. WCAG 2.1 builds on top of WCAG 2.0, and it stillContinue reading “Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 | The Paciello Group”

The new guidelines in WCAG 2.1 explained

New guidelines in WCAG 2.1 Before explaining the new guidelines in WCAG 2.1, you should know that WCAG 2.1 is backward compatible with WCAG 2.0. This means that: The previous categories and guidelines still apply The numbering still applies The basic principles still apply The three levels of success criteria (A, AA, AAA) still apply So,Continue reading “The new guidelines in WCAG 2.1 explained”

WICG/focus-visible: Polyfill for `:focus-visible`

Based on the proposed CSS :focus-visible pseudo-selector, this prototype adds a focus-visible class to the focused element, in situations in which the :focus-visible pseudo-selector should match. … Curated by (Lifekludger) Read full article at Source: GitHub – WICG/focus-visible: Polyfill for `:focus-visible`

What’s New In DevTools (Chrome 65)  | Google Developers

New features coming to DevTools in Chrome 65 include: Local Overrides New accessibility tools The Changes tab New SEO and performance audits Multiple recordings in the Performance panel Reliable code stepping with workers and asynchronous code Read on, or watch the video version of these release notes, below. Note: Check what version of Chrome you’re running at chrome://version. If you’re runningContinue reading “What’s New In DevTools (Chrome 65)  | Google Developers”

WCAG 2.1: What is Next for Accessibility Guidelines

Are you staying on top of your digital accessibility game? Don’t be caught by surprise that a new version of W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) is on the horizon. In fact, The next “minor” version of WCAG is a proposed recommendation right now! The W3C has researched user needs and written WCAG 2.1 successContinue reading “WCAG 2.1: What is Next for Accessibility Guidelines”

Focusing on Focus Styles

Not everyone uses a mouse to browse the internet. If you’re reading this post on a smartphone, this is obvious! What’s also worth pointing out is that there are other forms of input that people use to get things done. With these forms of input comes the need for focus styles. #People People are complicated.Continue reading “Focusing on Focus Styles”