If your company is working on improving the accessibility of the website for people with disabilities, ensuring your content is accessible to screen reader users will be one of the…
May 23, 2023 | Accessibility Strategy, Development, World of Accessibility
Software as a Service (SaaS) platforms have changed the way businesses are run. Because they allow users to log in via a web browser anywhere there’s an internet connection, companies…
May 17, 2023 | Accessibility Strategy, Business, Development, World of Accessibility
I wrote an article in 2007 called Fieldsets, Legends and Screen Readers. It was my first post on the TPGi blog. I have been meaning to provide an update to…
May 16, 2023 | Development, KnowledgeBase Content, User Experience (UX)
A subset of ARIA roles are defined as having presentational children. These are mostly a subset of widget roles Presentational Children The DOM descendants are presentational. User agents SHOULD NOT expose descendants of this element through the…
May 12, 2023 | Development, World of Accessibility
Should you fail interactive elements that have questionable hover styles under WCAG SC 1.4.11? Spoiler alert: the answer is no.
May 5, 2023 | Development
Part Two of an edited transcription of the presentation delivered by Hans Hillen (in person) and Ricky Onsman (via video) on 15 March at CSUN 2023, in which they share some of their experiences setting up the TPGi Knowledge Center.
April 24, 2023 | ARC Platform, Development, KnowledgeBase Content, World of Accessibility
Part One of an edited transcription of the presentation delivered by Hans Hillen (in person) and Ricky Onsman (via video) on 15 March at CSUN 2023, in which they share some of their experiences setting up the TPGi Knowledge Center.
April 17, 2023 | ARC Platform, Development, KnowledgeBase Content, World of Accessibility
Do you use screenshots when loggin issues? They can really help to clarify problem areas. Ian Lloyd provides pointers on what makes a useful screenshot.
April 4, 2023 | Development
Do you sometimes struggle to know whether a non-text element fails for low contrast under WCAG SC 1.4.11? Try this quiz to see how you fare.
April 2, 2023 | Development
Combining the accessibility and usability benefits of a native range input, with the markup and design flexibility of a pure custom slider.
March 9, 2023 | Development, KnowledgeBase Content
A long time ago (2008) I wrote an article: Screen Readers lack emphasis. At the time, 15 years ago, the screen readers tested did not signify the semantics of text…
January 26, 2023 | Development
In my role at TPGi I regularly get asked for advice on how stuff works. For example, the other day I was asked by a colleague “Can aria-current be used…
January 3, 2023 | Development, KnowledgeBase Content, World of Accessibility
Focused elements disappearing under sticky headers is a long-standing accessibility problem. Here’s a solution.
December 19, 2022 | Development, KnowledgeBase Content, User Experience (UX)
On 7 December 2021, the W3C Accessible Guidelines Working Group published a Working Draft of the W3C Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 3.0. So, that’s it, right? Pack WCAG 2 off to the junkyard? The standard is dead, long live the standard? Well, no.
December 12, 2022 | Development, World of Accessibility
You’ve probably used visually-hidden content before. But how does the CSS actually work, and why do we use those particular properties?
November 10, 2022 | Development
Have automated tools told you your site is accessible? If you’re using CSS opacity, those tools may be wrong!
August 30, 2022 | Development
How to accurately reflect the document outline and semantics of subtitles without misusing headings.
July 19, 2022 | Development
The text-overflow property can be used to show visual indication of truncated text. I’m not a fan, and take every opportunity to discourage its use.
July 5, 2022 | Development