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Testing Web pages with Screen Reader after Disabling CSS:


From: Ajeesh Thomas
Date: Apr 25, 2017 5:25AM

Hi All,
I am Ajeesh, working with IBM Accessibility Team, have number of
quarries regarding testing the Web pages after Disabling CSS, could
anyone help me please?
1. Once the CSS Disabled Web page will be rendered as same as DOM
Order, Since the Screen reader go with Linear reading order (DOM
order) do we have any extra benefits for doing Screen Reader
Testing after Disabling the CSS?
2. After Disabling CSS Found some of the extra hidden Elements, as
these are intentionally hidden from the actual Web page - do we
needs to consider the Accessibility lags of these hidden Content?
3. Once the CSS Disabled -There are some Functional difference found
on Scripted Interactive Elements, as the actual Web page working
fine -really do we needs to consider these issues?

What would be the objective to the Web page with Screen reader
after CSS Off, kindly guide me.
Thanks in advance,
" Have a fantastic day "ahead"

Ajeesh Chacko Thomas,
Accessibility Test Engineer,
IBM India, Banglore,
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