An Analysis on Different Screen Reader Behaviors Authors must avoid using the same text for links that retrieve different resources. Users without disabilities may be.
In this week’s featured video in our Web Accessibility 101 Series, Senior Accessibility Consultant Thomas Logan demonstrates the screen reader language support feature in JAWS and the.
The content CSS property is an interesting property used in conjunction with either the :before or :after pseudo-elements that can insert text, symbols, and images.
The differing behaviors of screen readers across various browsers are noticed all the time by screen reader users, and differing levels of ARIA support are.
SSB applauds WebAIM for their efforts to bring data to our community. A great example is their recent survey on screen reader usage and preferences..
The Java Access Bridge now works with 64 bit windows and JAWS. While this support has been included for several months there are still questions.