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  • Testing ARIA User Input control’s navigation support.

    Assistive technology such as screen readers provide keyboard short cuts for navigating the content of web pages. For user…

  • ARIA Slider, Part 3

    After covering a basic ARIA slider as well as a more complex slider component, we will take a closer…

  • ARIA Slider, Part 2

    In my previous post I gave an example for a very minimalistic ARIA slider, with the intention of demonstrating how simple it is to add ARIA using only a few attributes. I know there are some developers out there who wishfully think that, in order to make their rich interface widgets accessible, all they have to do is add ARIA to it. Others are skeptical about ARIA for that very reason. The truth is of course that ARIA is only part of the effort, and work is required to make any widget accessible (whether you’re using ARIA or not). In this post I want to cover some of those issues and give an overview of what else to think about when creating an accessible slider.

  • ARIA Slider, Part 1

    Starting with Steve’s article ARIA Toggle Button and Tri-state Checkbox examples, we will be providing more examples about how…

  • NVDA – a free and open source screen reader for Windows

    People often ask on the various accessibility related forums and mailing lists, a question like: If I wanted a…