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Discussion on: Accessibility For Beginners with HTML and CSS

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Alex Lohr

Nice starter. A few things I'm missing are:

  • Use aria-label for descriptions that only screen readers should read out, aria-hidden to hide stuff from being read out
  • Use button for any element that works as a button (even outside of a form) so the browser will translate keypresses of space or enter into click events
  • tabindex="0" will set the tabindex in the DOM element order after those elements with a tabindex higher than zero
  • In a web application context, control the focus and keep it somewhere useful
  • WAI aria attributes will also work great in SVG to make your graphics fully accessible
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Maria Boldyreva Author

Thank you, Alex! I'll edit the post with this information.

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