Quick guide to what's new in WCAG 2.1 First Public Working Draft and How to Comment
Here's a table summarizing the new Success Criteria proposals for WCAG 2.1 and how to comment.
How and why to make shopping carts announce updates
Here's a brief description of why WCAG requires the web page to announce updates to shopping carts, and how to do it.
What are WCAG Success Criteria, and how to write them
A detailed article about what a WCAG Success Criteria is, and how they are written. This is useful for anyone trying to meet WCAG.
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Testing, "How to" tips and testing results
Accessbility Discussion Topics
- Quick guide to what's new in WCAG 2.1 First Public Working Draft and How to Comment
- List of Proposed Success Criteria and Requirments for WCAG 2.1 as of Oct 27, 2016
- Long home pages, Smooth Scroll, and other animations
- My personal wish list for WCAG.NEXT
- Should shopping carts notify users who are blind that they have been updated.
- What are WCAG Success Criteria and how to write them?
- Should WCAG require all functionality on the site to work with a mouse/pointer in addition to existing keyboard requirements?
- Can the PDF Accessibility Checker ensure WCAG conformance?
- Unifying WCAG and PDF/UA for PDF Footers
- Should the accessibility industry revise the profile of a Keyboard-Only User
- CSUN: MathML Emerging Solutions
- Proposal for an HTML5 Footnote mechanism
- CSUN Talk 4 Hot Issues
- How well is Figcaption working for accessibility
"How To" Topics
- Make a heading in WordPress
- Making Math Accessible
- Make a table header row invisible
- An accessible expand-collapse mechanism
- When to use
alt=""to conform to WCAG
- Is a missing Title on an iframe a WCAG Failure?
- Ambiguous Link text options
- Long descriptions options
- Table Summary options
- Complex table options
We are often testing code and accessibility techniques in assistive technology and various browsers. Here's a links list archive of tests:
- Testing ARIA-LIVE with
- Review the funtional Evaluation Test cases of the automatic checker from the University of Illinois
- Inserting Content with CSS and testing Assistive Technology and APIs
- Test 2 labels pointing to one form field with palceholder aria-hidden toggles labels on off so only one is on at at time
- aria-describedby and placeholder: what happens to AccDescription
- aria-describedby and labelledby
- CSS Background images and CSS inline content
- Testing sub headings inside a
- Test the
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