April 2019 Newsletter
Our Acrobat PDF accessibility article has been updated and greatly expanded.
Registration is now open for WebAIM's web accessibility training to be held June 11-12 in Logan, Utah.
A new cohort of WebAIM's online Document (Word, PowerPoint, and PDF) Accessibility course will begin May 6th.
The web is accessible by default. If you break it, you have to fix it.
One thing you can do to improve the accessibility of your work is to always ensure things have accessible names.
Not everybody gets to experience colors the same way. This is why you need to be careful about accessibility when you are using color in your products.
Adrian Roselli provides a useful tool for easily checking the reading order of page elements for potential accessibility issues.
Common questions (with answers) encountered in web accessibility trainings.
Quick Tip: Check input labeling by clicking
When a form input is properly labeled with nearby text using the <label> element, clicking the label text will set focus to or activate the associated input. This provides an easy way to test forms for accessible labels - simply click the label text and if the input is focused or activated, the field is probably properly labeled.