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“screen-readers” Archive

  1. My WebAIM 10th SR User Survey Takeaways · · , ,
  2. WebAIM Screen Reader User Survey 10 · · , ,
  3. ARIA “note” · · , , , ,
  4. Options for “optgroup” Labeling of “options” · · , , , , ,
  5. Screen Reader Users and the Tab Key · · , , , ,
  6. Screen Reader User Survey #10 · · , , ,
  7. Not All Screen Reader Users Are Blind · · , , ,
  8. How to Write Good Alt Text for Screen Readers · · , , , ,
  9. Strikethrough Accessibility · · , , , ,
  10. Does the HTML “hr” (Horizontal Rule) Benefit Screen Reader Users? · · , , ,
  11. Browser Video Players Review · · , , , , ,
  12. “aria-haspopup” and Screen Readers · · , , ,
  13. The Curious Case of “iff” and Overriding Screenreader Pronunciations · · , , ,
  14. Blockquotes in Screen Readers · · , , , ,
  15. Interoperability With Specific Assistive Technologies or: “Does the Website Work on JAWS?” · · , , , ,
  16. The “article” Element and Screen Readers · · , , , ,
  17. Your Browser May Be Having a Secret Relationship With a Screen Reader · · , ,
  18. Testing Sites and Apps With Blind Users: A Cheat Sheet · · , , , , ,
  19. How Screen-Reader Users Type on and Control Mobile Devices · · , , , ,
  20. Fieldsets, Legends, and Screen Readers Again · · , , , ,
  21. HTML Landmark Roles Screen Reader Demo · · , , , ,
  22. Screen Readers Don’t Announce When the User Reaches the “maxlength” Character Limit · · , , , ,
  23. Introduction to Screen‐Readers: VoiceOver macOS Edition · · , , , ,
  24. Introduction to Screen‐Readers: NVDA Edition · · , , ,
  25. Introduction to Screen‐Readers: JAWS Edition · · , , ,
  26. Answering “What ARIA Can I Use?” · · , , , ,
  27. Don’t Override Screen Reader Pronunciation · · , , ,
  28. Visually Hidden Content Is a Hack That Needs to Be Resolved, Not Enshrined · · , , ,
  29. How Screen Readers Read Special Characters: An Update · · , , , ,
  30. Hijacking Screenreaders With CSS · · , , , ,
  31. A Native “Visually Hidden” in CSS? Yes Please! · · , , ,
  32. Screen Readers Don’t Convey the Semantics of “strong” and “em” · · , , , ,
  33. Screen Reader Quick Guide · · , ,
  34. Screen Readers Support for Text Level HTML Semantics · · , , , ,
  35. JAWS, NVDA, and VoiceOver Braille Viewers · · , , , , , ,
  36. Setting Up a Screen Reader Testing Environment on Your Computer · · , , ,
  37. Significant Improvements for Screen Readers Now in Nightly Firefox · · , , , ,
  38. 5 Takeaways from Screen Reader Usability Interviews · · , ,
  39. Do We Need an Interop for Assistive Technologies? · · , , ,
  40. Comparing JAWS, NVDA, and VoiceOver · · , , , , , , ,
  41. Mac VoiceOver Testing the Simple Way · · , , , , ,
  42. Introduction to Screen Readers (Desktop Edition) · · , , , , ,
  43. The Hidden History of Screen Readers · · , , ,
  44. Set JAWS Free! · · , , ,
  45. The Importance of Screen Reader Software for Web Navigation · · , , ,
  46. Do We Need Screen Reader for Accessibility Testing · · , , ,
  47. Assistive Technology, Accessible Technology, and the Accessibility Tree · · , , ,
  48. Browsing With a Mobile Screen Reader · · , , , ,
  49. Comparing Page Language Declaration Setups in Screen Readers · · , , , , ,
  50. The Effect of CSS on Screen Readers · · , , ,
  51. Screen Readers: Hearing the Unseen · · , ,
  52. How to Document the Screen Reader User Experience · · , , , ,