Featured: A quickie on landmark discoverability
Scott O’Hara expands on a piece of advice about menu buttons from Heydon Pickering in a post about landmark discoverability. It’s a great read about some of the finer points of document structure.
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News and links
Accessibility Summit scheduled for Sept. 6: Environments for Humans will put on its annual virtual, online accessibility conference in a few weeks.
Resources, tools and tutorials
- Detecting screen readers in analytics (blog post)
- You shouldn’t worry about Section 508 – it’s Section 504 (blog post)
- Some thoughts on accessibility (blog post)
- Looping video backgrounds: pointers and pitfalls (blog post)
- Captcha alternatives and thoughts (resource)
- Hello Color (resource)
- Better keyboard navigation with progressive enhancement (blog post)
- Testing component accessibility with CSS (blog post)
- Writing less damn code (blog post)
- New wA11y plugin scans WordPress sites for accessibility issues (tool)
- On customer Service & video accessibility (blog post)
- Making web accessibility great again: auditing the U.S. presidential candidates’ websites for accessibility (blog post)
- Mastering GitHub with a screen reader, part 1 (blog post)
New to A11y
Marcy Sutton teaches you how to start building accessible web applications today in a free course on Egghead.
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