Provide ways to help users navigate, find content, and determine where they are.
Questions & Answers
Does there need to be a visible indication of focus when there's a text pointer?
- contrast ratios
Under the regulations for public sector bodies, can I link to an external website that isn't accessible itself? What are the WCAG 2.1 AA rules on this?
- external links
I'm working on updating my focus, mouseover (hover) & select (active) states and want to make sure that my new design meets contrast requirements. What are the contrast requirements for these different states?
I would like to add focus states for interactive elements on my website, however I don't want the styling I add to apply when clicking on elements. If I just use :focus in my css I see the styles come through when clicking elements, or...
I was checking to make sure an element on my page has an accessible name in Chrome's Developer Tools and under the Computed Properties section of the Accessibility panel, it says "Accessibility node note exposed. Element not interesting for accessibility." What does that mean?
- accessibility node
- hidden content
I come across a long of links that look like buttons. Is this OK from an accessibility standpoint?
Do I need to add aria attributes on native elements (eg. <button role="button>)?
- aria attributes
- native elements
What are landmark roles and how can they be used?
- aria landmarks
- aria roles
- landmark roles
I ran my page through the wave scanner in chrome and got 'suspicious link text' as a warning. My question is this... how specific do I need to make the text? If I go over the top and make it super specific it goes away...
- best practices
- building content
- wave scanner