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CanAdapt Blog Posts

Quick guide to WCAG 2.1
What's new

Here's a table summarizing the new Success Criteria proposals for WCAG 2.1 and how to comment.

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Demystifying WAI-ARIA

18 ARIA attributes that every web developer should know.

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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

"How To" Topics


We are often testing code and accessibility techniques in assistive technology and various browsers. Here's a links list archive of tests:

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Author information:

David MacDonald is a veteran WCAG member, co-editor of Using WAI ARIA in HTML5 and HTML5 Accessibility Task Force Member. Opinions are my own.




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