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Re: Is generated content reliably read by screen readers today?


Date: Nov 23, 2018 6:32AM

When I tested this in 2015, the only browser not to accessibility
support the before/after pseudo-selectors, was IE. The common browser
and screen reader combinations across all platforms were able to handle
content generated in this way.
On 23/11/2018 09:47, Detlev Fischer wrote:
> Hi,
> In 2013, there was a discussion here that stated that some browser /
> Screenreader combinations did not reliably expose CSS-generated content
> (via ::before). In the UA / SR combinations I have tried now, 5 years
> later, CSS-generated text content was exposed and read. While I reckon
> it is still not a recommended practice to use generated content on all
> but decorative or supplemental information - is there still a case for
> calling out such practice as WCAG failure?
> Opinions?
> Best, Detlev

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