Free Accessibility Linters to Automate Accessibility Workflow

In this post we provided a roundup of accessibility linters available What is a code linter? A code linter is a tool, usually a plugin or extension installed in your text editor, which watches and reports bugs in your code in real-time. Linters are available for a wide variety of editors, supporting any programming language….

Do We Need Screen Reader for Accessibility Testing

I was talking to a friend & the conversation towards how people with disability like me find accessibility bugs. I showed her a demo by sharing my screen reader voice through zoom & ran her through the process. Then the talk moved around how accessibility trainings are conducted, as a person with disability I believe…

Scroll to top: Does it need to be accessible?

Scroll to top: Does it need to be accessible?

Recently, we asked the accessibility practitioners a question about scroll to top button on LinkedIn which prompted an article “Scroll to top: Where should the focus land?” Most of the accessibility members in the community voted to move the focus to skip to content link & the developer of the Kadence theme for WordPress implemented…

The Captcha Conundrum & Accessible Alternatives

The Captcha Conundrum & Accessible Alternatives

    When a website needs its visitors to prove they’re human, what is the most common technique developers use? If you’ve used the internet, you already know the answer. It’s CAPTCHA. Ever wondered what all those letters stand for? Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart. Now you can win…

Accessibility Statement Generator’s Roundup

Accessibility Statement Generator’s Roundup

If you are in the process of building accessibility statement for your digital applications, then these accessibility statement generating tools might come in handy. It is not difficult to build an accessibility statement if you are some one who is working in the digital accessibility space for a while. But if you are a small…