Introducing the Accessibility Inspector in the Firefox Developer Tools

The built-in Firefox Developer Tools just received a new family member. The Accessibility Inspector allows you to inspect your website’s exposure to assistive technologies. Continue reading “Introducing the Accessibility Inspector in the Firefox Developer Tools”

Firefox 57 from an NVDA user’s perspective

Firefox 57, also known as Firefox Quantum, will be released on November 14. It will bring some significant changes to the Firefox rendering engine to improve performance and open the door for more new features in the future. Here is what you need to know if you are a user of the NVDA screen reader. Continue reading “Firefox 57 from an NVDA user’s perspective”

JavaScript is not an enemy of accessibility!

When I started making my social media rounds this morning, I came across Jeffrey Zeldman’s call to action for this year’s Blue Beany Day on November 30th. But I respectfully disagree with a number of points he is making in his post about JavaScript frameworks and their accessibility implications. Continue reading “JavaScript is not an enemy of accessibility!”