Information and user interface components must be presentable to users in ways they can perceive.
Questions & Answers
I've read recently that there are situations where a null or empty alt tag is appropriate. In what situations should I use an empty alt attribute?
- alt tags
- empty alt
- null alt attribute
I am curious about how to make an image act as a button and ensure it's accessible. Any guidance?
I was wondering if Google Maps is accessible or not. Do you have any info?
- google maps
I am working on the accessibility of the videos we produce and was wondering how to go about adding an audio description to a YouTube or Vimeo video.
- audio descriptions
I'm working on updating my site and have become a little confused about the differences between legend and label elements. Can you explain?
I've been told to be aware of CSS pseudo content because of the way it is treated by screen readers. Do you have any guidance?
- css psuedo content
I've been told to make sure my site has an accessibility tree. What is an accessibility tree? How do I view it?
- accessibility tree
I have a ton of images without alt tags on my WordPress website. Is there a way to update these in bulk?
- alt tags
- alt text
I've been hearing a lot about website accessibility and something called a VPAT. Can you help me understand what a VPAT is and what it's for?
- section 508
- voluntary product accessibility template
I like the look of smaller text on the web. And even if the text is pretty normal size, some subheadings or small bits of info look nice if they are much smaller (thinking 12px or so). Is there a minimum font size that is...