Accessible coding techniques

A practical topic-based resource to help you comply with WCAG 2.0.
  • Author: Access iQ ®
  • Date: 28 Jan 2015
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Bypassing blocks of content is necessary to bring the experience for people with disabilities in line with those without disabilities.
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  • Date: 1 Feb 2013
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Tips and tricks for providing a way for users to skip to different blocks of content.
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  • Date: 10 Dec 2012
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A well-known method of preventing unwanted form submissions is to use a CAPTCHA in order to avoid input that has been generated by a computer or "bots".
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  • Date: 1 Feb 2013
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Tips and tricks for making CAPTCHA accessible to as many people as possible, and alternatives to CAPTCHA.
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  • Date: 1 Feb 2013
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Accessibility issues with rotating content displays such as carousels, slideshows, photo galleries of content can be addressed by giving the user control.
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  • Date: 1 Feb 2013
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Tips and tricks for developers on implementing rotating displays of content such as carousels and photo galleries to make them accessible for people with a disability.
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  • Date: 1 Feb 2013
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Colour is an important element of web design and is used in web development in a number of ways.
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  • Date: 1 Feb 2013
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Tips and tricks for making use of colour to convey meaning, accessible.
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  • Date: 10 Dec 2012
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The challenge for developers is making dynamic changes available to users with assistive technologies, without stealing focus or disrupting the user.
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  • Date: 1 Feb 2013
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Tips and tricks for developers on how to make dynamic content accessible to users with assistive technologies, without stealing focus or disrupting the user.
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  • Date: 1 Feb 2013
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Form requirements must be made clear for people with disabilities, so they can equally participate in the activities the form was designed for.
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  • Date: 1 Feb 2013
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Tips and tricks for making forms accessible by associating form labels with form elements.
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  • Date: 1 Feb 2013
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When an image is used on a website, its content and meaning needs to be made available to people with disabilities.
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  • Date: 3 Jan 2013
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Tips and tricks on using text alternatives for images so they are accessible to people who use screen readers and other assistive technologies.
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  • Date: 10 Dec 2012
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It must be clear to people with disabilities what fields are required, how to complete them according to your data needs, and how to respond to any errors discovered in the validation of their input.
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  • Date: 1 Feb 2013
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Tips and tricks for developers on how to allow users to submit information with minimum errors.
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  • Date: 10 Dec 2012
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For people with disabilities, it is important to have full functionality of a website using only the keyboard.
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  • Date: 1 Feb 2013
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Tips and tricks for developers on making website functionality available through a keyboard.
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  • Date: 10 Dec 2012
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Developers work to ensure visual flow in the design and to relay meaning through arrangement, proximity, size and proportion. Visual flow, scanability and well-paced text written for the web, are all commonly understood methods to make web content enjoyable.
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  • Date: 1 Feb 2013
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