Introduced in HTML5, the required attribute conveys that a particular form control or grouping of controls must have a valid value on form submission. For some controls, a valid value may be a boolean (radios and checkboxes), a non-empty string (standard text fields or selects), or a specifically formatted entry (email, number, date, etc.). Now […]
Here at The Paciello Group (TPG) we have a technical accessibility testing process which does not involve the use of automated tools. The technical audit results we provide to our clients are based solely on manual testing of a web site, web application, mobile or desktop application.
This was year four for me at the annual CES in Las Vegas — the last three I participated in the Consumer Technology Association’s (CTA’s) Accessibility Leaders Group. CTA puts on CES each year. They invite people with disabilities to look at technology that could benefit people with disabilities and also talk with companies about […]
The newest version of JAWS Inspect is now more robust and versatile with new export options and automatic updates, amongst other improvements. We are excited to announce that the latest release of JAWS Inspect 2018.1812 includes the following features: New Export Features When you run reports––such as the Full Page Report––JI now automatically saves a HTML […]
In 2 recent articles I have illustrated why the scope attribute is not needed on data tables with one row or column of th elements, or data tables with 1 row and column of th elements (first row and first column). 2 cheers 🍻 for HTML tables: 🍺 Tables and Beers https://t.co/i026Ov46RR 🍺 Tables, Tequila […]