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Linux only, but if you were at this year, this fits in with the theme very well.
monkigras  a11y  from twitter
6 hours ago by bytebot
Accessible Breadcrumb Navigation
Examples of a breadcrumb navigation using aria-label to provide an accessible name, and aria-current to indicate the currently active link.
a11y  accessibility 
16 hours ago by schneyra
Tenon-ui | Home page
“These are the documentation pages of Tenon-UI: Tenon’s accessible React components library.”
tenon  react  accessibility  a11y  2019 
yesterday by handcoding
RT : assessment that you can copy and paste to almost any site…

1. Colors not contrasting enough
2. Images not de…
a11y  from twitter
2 days ago by shadowspar
Re: screen readers and punctuation from Léonie Watson on 2019-02-13 ( from January to March 2019)
(Léonie on how screen-reader users interact to hear unusual characters:)
“The short answer is that you can’t write content that works with all screen readers, so it’s better not to try.

“It’s also worth mentioning that the Deque article misses an important point. When it says that screen readers do not announce certain symbols. That is usually only the case when reading content in chunks (like paragraphs or sentences).

“For example, a screen reader may not announce the dash in 5th - 10th May, when reading this sentence as a whole, but it will when reading the text in smaller chunks like one character at a time.

“What tends to happen, is that if a screen reader user senses something doesn’t quite make sense as they read it, they’ll tend to look a little more closely at it. That’s when they find the dash.

“Where a screen reader doesn’t speak an asterisk as a marker for a required field, that can be mitigated in different ways - like using the required attribute on the field in question. This is good practice in any case of course.”
tink  w3  2019  screenreaders  characters  accessibility  a11y 
2 days ago by handcoding
A DIY Web Accessibility Blueprint · An A List Apart Article
Accessibility remediation projects can be daunting. Beth Raduenzel provides a guide to making and maintaining accessible websites.
accessibility  a11y 
3 days ago by brad2dabone

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