Tag: Accessibility

Analyze Color Contrasts Of Web Pages Online: Check My Colours

Check My Colours is a free-to-use web application for analyzing the color contrasts used on a web page. It checks the foreground and background color combinations of all DOM elements and lets us to know if they have enough contrast when viewed by someone having color deficits. Once a URL is submitted, it ...

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Accessible Widgets: jQuery-Accessible-RIA

jQuery-Accessible-RIA is a set of accessible, usable & easy to implement widgets that are strictly WAI WCAG 2.0 and WAI ARIA compliant. The widgets provided are: lightbox live form validation tabs sortable tables jQuery-Accessible-RIA is built using the jQuery UI & works ...

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A Tiny jQuery Plugin: Accessible News Slider

Yesterday, a jQuery slider plugin was published at WRD. And here is another nice one. Accessible News Slider is a lighyweight jQuery plugin (2kb packed) for presenting contents in a slider. The CSS, XHTML and JavaScript are developed specifically to meet the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0. Users ...

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Web Accessibility Checklist

Aaron Cannon, a blind web developer and accessibility consultant, has shared a great web accessibility checklist that every designer & developer will find handy. It includes more user experience facts than the technical ones. Just like: Avoid CAPTCHAs unless you have no other choice, and even then ...

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