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”

NEW FEATURES IN WEB CONTENT ACCESSIBILITY GUIDELINES 2.1 AND WHAT YOU NEED TO DO

In January there was a recent update to the WCAG that introduced some changes in what’s expected of you as a developer to make your web content accessible. The majority of these are fairly obvious and straightforward, with some nice additions that enhance accessibility on smaller hand-held devices. Criterion Conformance Level 1.3.4 Identify Common Purpose AA 1.3.5Continue reading “NEW FEATURES IN WEB CONTENT ACCESSIBILITY GUIDELINES 2.1 AND WHAT YOU NEED TO DO”

Newest Browsers Vivaldi and Brave Missing Key Feature

Two former big bosses of popular browsers are at it again, taking the helm of new browsers. Brendan Eich, literal father of JavaScript, and former co-founder of Mozilla, has recently released Brave, a new browser aimed at increasing privacy and security for its users. Similarly Jon von Tetzchner, former co-founder of the Opera Browser, justContinue reading “Newest Browsers Vivaldi and Brave Missing Key Feature”