AccessibilityOz has developed a Firefox extension to mimic what a screen reader reads aloud. The extension removes all styles and re-applies display:none, visibility:hidden and aria-hidden=true, as this content is also hidden from screen readers. In addition, it renders visible all content that is aimed at a screen reader. For example, the AccessibilityOz site uses hidden
Section 508 ICT Testing Baseline - Section 508 ICT Testing Baseline for Web
The tests included in the Section 508 ICT Testing Baseline reduce ambiguity, increase consistency of results, and emphasize testing of the methods and techniques that can reliably meet the Section 508 ICT Accessibility requirements, given the current state and compatibility of underlying technologies.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of Accessible Systems & Technology (OAST) has a mission to provide strategic direction, technical support, and training to ensure agency employees and customers with disabilities have equal access to information and data. Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended (29 U.S.C. 794d), requires all federal departments and agencies to ensure that their information and communications technology (ICT) is accessible to people with disabilities.