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The i, b, em, & strong elements
While many HTML4 elements have been brought into HTML5 essentially unchanged, several historically presentational ones have been given semantic meanings.
i  b  em  emphasis  strong  a11y  accessibility  html  html5  semantic  meaning 
february 2015 by laurakalbag
Screen Readers lack emphasis
In a recent thread on the Web Standards Group mailing list, the question arose about whether Screen Readers support semantic HTML elements such as strong and em. The short answer for the two main screen readers JAWS and Window Eyes is no. Neither do they support i or b for that matter.
screenreader  emphasis  strong  em  b  i  html  accessibility  a11y 
february 2015 by laurakalbag
Accessibility: The Missing Ingredient
Thorough article on an accessible shopping cart by @antibland on @alistapart
accessibility  a11y  learn-a11y  ecommerce  HTML  WAI-ARIA  aria  tabindex 
may 2014 by laurakalbag
Should you use HTML5 header and footer?
by @brucel. How to use <main>, <header> and <footer>
accessibility  learn-a11y  learna11y  html5  aria  html 
may 2014 by laurakalbag
Designing for Easy Interaction
a fantastic excerpt on @alistapart about accessible design in HTML and CSS
learn-a11y  learna11y  accessibility  HTML  CSS  ARIA  keyboardinput 
january 2014 by laurakalbag
Coding towards accessibility on @24ways
a great post detailing loads of techniques by @charlieperrin
learn-a11y  learna11y  accessibility  css  html 
december 2013 by laurakalbag

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