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Aria - Palazzo Contarini del Bovolo

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5 days ago by firehawk12
The A11Y Project
A community-driven effort to make web accessibility easier.
accessibility  webdesign  webdev  aria 
9 days ago by fuzzylogic
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Aria - Ponte del Prefetto o Papadopoli Bridge


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11 days ago by firehawk12
How to Write Accessible JavaScript – DailyJS – Medium
You’re wrapping up a web project and just as you’re putting the finishing touches you get sent a list of accessibility errors forwarded to you by your project manager. Inadequate color contrast…
accessibility  aria  javascript 
18 days ago by ElliotPsyIT
ARIA is Spackle, Not Rebar | CSS-Tricks
HTML is the rebar-reinforced concrete of the web. To stretch the metaphor, CSS is the interior and exterior decoration, and JavaScript is the wiring and plumbing.

Every tag in HTML has what is known as native semantics. The act of writing an HTML element programmatically communicates to the browser what that tag represents. Writing a button tag explicitly tells the browser, "This is a button. It does buttony things."

The reason this is so important is that assistive technology hooks into native semantics and uses it to create an interface for navigation. A page not described semantically is a lot like a building without rooms or windows: People navigating via a screen reader have to wander around aimlessly in the dark and hope they stumble onto what they need.

ARIA stands for Accessible Rich Internet Applications and is a relatively new specification developed to help assistive technology better communicate with dynamic, JavaScript-controlled content. It is intended to supplement existing semantic attributes by providing enhanced interactivity and context to screen readers and other assistive technology.
aria  webdev  accessibility  A11y  essential 
18 days ago by tamouse
Page Regions • Page Structure • WAI Web Accessibility Tutorials
Page Regions in HTML5 Using WAI-ARIA

Most current web browsers support the above HTML5 elements and convey the information to assistive technology through the accessibility APIs. However, to maximize compatibility with web browsers and assistive technologies that support WAI-ARIA but do not yet support HTML5, it is currently advisable to use both the HTML5 elements and the corresponding WAI-ARIA roles.
html5  aria  w3c  wcag 
20 days ago by joostvanderborg
WAI-ARIA Authoring Practices 1.1
This document provides readers with an understanding of how to use WAI-ARIA 1.1 [WAI-ARIA] to create accessible rich internet applications.
It describes considerations that might not be evident to most authors from the WAI-ARIA specification alone and recommends approaches to make widgets, navigation, and behaviors accessible using WAI-ARIA roles, states, and properties.
This document is directed primarily to Web application developers, but the guidance is also useful for...
accessibility  wia  aria  guide  design  a11y  tips  best-practices 
26 days ago by jimthedev
Unbuttoning Buttons
Regardless of how one might feel about using CSS to disguise an HTML element as another, it can’t be denied that it’s a common, and sometimes necessary, practice in modern web development. It’s often better to just use the HTML element you need, rather than modifying an element to look, act, and convey the same semantics as another. However, sometimes the necessary HTML element isn’t malleable enough for the task at hand. For instance, let’s talk about styling (or rather unstyling) the button element.
css  buttons  accessibility  aria 
27 days ago by spaceninja
Foundation 6 (Zurb static website is ARIA-compliant)
All code snippets come with ARIA attributes and roles along with instructions on how to properly use these components. This helps ensure that every website built on Foundation 6 can be used anywhere, on any device, by anyone.
website  webdev  ARIA  open-source  a11y 
29 days ago by Psammead

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