Buzz, thoughts, and observations on the ongoing efforts to build information technologies that work for all people at the University of Washington. A blog of the AccessibleWeb@U interest group.
Monday, August 31, 2015
AccessibleWeb@U August 27 Meeting Notes
We had a small group but a
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(Pointed out by Anna Marie Golden)
"Information -> View Document Outline" to see the structure of
headings in the page. Are there appropriate headings and subheadings and are
"Outline -> Headings" to draw outlines around headings on the
page. Are all headings on the page outlined? Headings that are not outlined
have been created without using the <h> tags and will not be interpreted
as headings by assistive software.
"Information -> Display ARIA roles" to see how ARIA attributes
have been used on the pages. Are there any ARIA attributes? If so, have they
been used to identify the role of each of the major segments of the page?
"CSS -> Disable All Styles" to see what the page content is like
without the color, font and layout provided by CSS. Is the text in a coherent
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