Most people know about semantic HTML, but when it comes to CSS, things are a little more wishy-washy most of the time. Rather than relying on arbitrary class names, we can use different semantic selectors though!
Rooted in Rights Guide to Creating Accessible Videos
An accessible video is one that contains content that everyone can consume, including people with disabilities who may be unable to hear the audio or see the images on screen. This means that, among other things, the auditory experience of the video must convey all essential information for those who cannot see, just as the visual experience will need to do the same for people who cannot hear.
Caption Guidelines for Video, Audio and Multimedia
This page describes accessibility issues related to video, audio and multimedia with integrated video and audio. Please see the links on this page for information about policy and guidelines as well as examples of a captioned video and transcribed audio.
Videos should be produced and delivered in ways that ensure that all members of the audience can access their content. An accessible video includes captions, a transcript, and audio description and is...
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Enhancing Usability: The Role of Placeholder Labels & Accessible Names in Forms
This YouTube video discusses web accessibility, including form controls, labels' importance, ARIA labels, screen reader behavior, testing with JAWS and NVDA, placeholders versus labels, and the significance of visible labels for inclusivity online.
A Conceptual Framework for Accessibility Tools to Benefit Users with Cognitive Disabilities
The authors present a conceptual framework which tool developers can use to chart future directions of development of tools to benefit users with cognitive disabilities. The framework includes categories of functional cognitive disabilities, principles of cognitive disability accessibility, units of web content analysis, aspects of analysis, and realms of responsibility.
Most people know that you need to provide alternative text for images. There is much more to the accessibility of an image than just its alt text. There are many additional accessibility principles and techniques regarding images.