- Quick tip: Add someone to circles on Google Plus using a screen reader
- Accessibility in Google Apps – an overview
- WAI-ARIA for screen reader users: An overview of things you can find in some mainstream web apps today
- Improvements to the handling of the aria-pressed attribute
- What is WAI-ARIA, what does it do for me, and what not?
Monthly Archives: December 2007
I wish all my readers a merry Christmas! Hope everyone will enjoy the free time as much as I intend to do! Also, all the best for 2008! May it be an enjoyable, productive, or in any way successful year … Continue reading
Victor Tsaran, accessibility guru at Yahoo!, just posted to the mozilla.dev.accessibility newsgroup that they implemented wai-aria roles and states into the Yahoo! UI’s menu control. You can find the blog post here. To try it out: From within the blog … Continue reading
Last night, the Orca team announced on their mailinglist that, due to a recent bugfix in the Firefox 3 nightly builds, they were able to drastically improve speed while navigating a web page line by line. I tried it out, … Continue reading
Have you ever noticed announcements like “x-western” or “x-cyrillic” when reading messages in Thunderbird? JAWS and possibly other screen readers that support the detection of language attributes in HTML content may announce this. The reason is that Thunderbird puts the … Continue reading
I recently posted an article to Mozilla Support that tells a bit about the new features of Firefox 3 accessibility, and what each feature is useful for. This article has now gone live, and you can read it here. Enjoy!