December 2018 Newsletter
The entire WebAIM team wishes you a merry Christmas and a happy holiday season!
Registration is open for a WebAIM web accessibility training to be held January 15-16 in Utah.
This update to the Voluntary Product Accessibility Template now supports documentation of conformance to WCAG 2.1
A series of daily articles - one per day of December until Christmas - on accessibility wisdom and insight from a wide array of knowledge experts throughout the world.
Carie Fisher exposes several common myths about digital accessibility.
We have a responsibility to make our applications not only usable by those people, but also to avoid infringing on their rights.
The W3C has generated a useful resource and tool for generating public statements about accessibility.
"Innovation" is often used as an excuse for avoiding accessibility. Let’s pivot these conversations to get more people excited about accessibility and an awesome future.
Quick Tip: Inline Frames
Iframes do not typically pose inherent accessibility issues. Iframes are typically identified by screen readers, then the content within the iframe is read as part of the parent page. If the iframe presents distinct content, such as a social media feed or an embedded video, the title attribute should be added to the iframe element with a value that indicates the content for functionality of the iframe.