Everything You Need to Know About HTML5 Video Captioning

Everything You Need to Know About HTML5 Video Captioning With HTML5, video captioning is a whole lot easier.HTML is the markup language used to render almost every page on the web. HTML5 is the latest version, and it’s replete with incredibly useful features, including a universal video standard that lets developers add video to aContinue reading “Everything You Need to Know About HTML5 Video Captioning”

Default Implicit ARIA semantics

The question of whether HTML elements need the addition of ARIA role attibutes to expose their semantics, is one that surfaces on a regular basis. The answer is maybe for a subset of elements, but increasingly no. … In some cases the semantics of a HTML element can be expressed by an ARIA role, stateContinue reading “Default Implicit ARIA semantics”

Pixi becomes Accessible – Goodboy™

Pixi is now Accessible! That’s right accessible. What am I talking about? Read on…Some users navigate the internet using the keyboard rather than mouse or trackpad. Users with certain disabilities interact purely the keyboard or an accessibility switch and blind users rely on assistive technology such as screen readers and so on. This is where using canvasContinue reading “Pixi becomes Accessible – Goodboy™”

Use Only One on a Page | Adrian Roselli

That’s it. That’s the meat of the post. The title covers it all. You don’t need to read any further. You are, of course, welcome to continue since I spent all this time writing it. Definition For those who aren’t familiar with , the element is intended to be a container for the primary contentContinue reading “Use Only One on a Page | Adrian Roselli”

Avoiding Redundancy with WAI-ARIA in HTML Pages

Life’s been easy since we’ve started integrating ARIA roles in HTML code. ARIA has been providing additional semantics to help assistive technologies (ATs) and making it possible for developers to enhance the usability of web applications for people with disabilities. The fundamental question remains to date — do HTML elements need ARIA role attributes toContinue reading “Avoiding Redundancy with WAI-ARIA in HTML Pages”

HTML5 accessibility – work in progress June 2015

A Must have! This site is a resource to provide information about which new HTML5 user interface features are accessibility supported in browsers, making them usable by people who rely upon assistive technology (AT) to use the web. curated by (Lifekludger) Read full article at Source: HTML5 accessibility – work in progress June 2015