I have heard that applying display:none to things that are not visible is more accessible then changing opacity. However using display:none messes up some of my css animations that are progressively layered onto the core functionality.  Is it accessi...
From the W3C wiki     When authors use collapsible content, for example, to hide navigation   menus or lists of content, the triggering link or button should   indicate to screen reader users whether the collapsable content below   is in the expanded...
I've been trying to figure out how to contain the screen reader focus within a certain area.  When I say screen reader focus, I don't mean the default browser focus that one can move with tabbing/shift-tabbing.  I predominantly implement acce...
A third party script is being used on a site I work on that replaces a few instances of <a href=""> with simple <a>. The links still work thanks to another part of the script. But they are no longer treated as links by user agents...
In the spirit of progressive enhancement, I'd like to do some ARIA capabilities testing to implement additional enhancements if they're supported by the browser. I'm not looking to detect screen readers—I'm looking to ensure that sc...
I have elements on a page which are "focusable" (buttons, elements with tabindex etc) and screen reader reads the content just fine.  However, I have some other elements that are not focusable (due to the fact there are lots of them - dropdow...
I am trying to get a vue component to announce information dynamically to a screen reader when different events occur on my site.  I have it working to where clicking a button will populate a span that is aria-live="assertive" and role="a...
My user interaction process is as follows:   The user is presented with a drop-down list containing a list of cities After selecting a city, an AJAX request gets all buildings in the city, and inserts them into a div (this AJAX request returns a list...
I have a webpage and I have managed to keep few accordions in it as well. Since I have given "role"="button" on accordions, my accordions are read as 'button' during accessibility testing.   What should be the aria-parameter v...
When programming/designing for accessibility, is there a proper method for conveying that a particular item is "completed"?  Currently building some accessible e-learning. In a particular activity there are a number of buttons that must be pr...

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