Form With Auto-complete Attributes

This is a sample form designed to showcase the use of the autocomplete attribute for each form control. The form includes 53 different autocomplete attributes, aligning with the WCAG 2.1 Success Criterion 1.3.5 for input purposes. Each form field is labeled with its corresponding input purpose, ensuring accessibility and ease of use for users. To…

ADA Digital accessibility Law Suits in 2023: Trend and Our Takeaways

ADA Digital accessibility Law Suits in 2023: Trend and Our Takeaways

Years pass by with the increased stress on digital accessibility. Every year, we do ask ourselves, Have we reached there? One good way to find the  answer to that question is to take a look at the ADA digital accessibility law suits and find out if they have come down. Yet again, www.usablenet.com has published…

Unraveling the Diversity of Digital Accessibility Job Titles

Unraveling the Diversity of Digital Accessibility Job Titles

Digital accessibility is an immense subject, and jobs within the accessibility space have seen a tremendous uptick in the last few years. When I initially started in web accessibility, there werehardly any jobs available, and the one or two openings had a lot of competition. The rise in awareness and active pursuit of accessible services…

Understanding WCAG SC 3.3.7 Redundant Entry (Level A)
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Understanding WCAG SC 3.3.7 Redundant Entry (Level A)

The goal of this success criterion is to make the processes where repeated steps are found easier by: For example, a checkout flow in an e-commerce site asks shipping address and billing address to be entered. If both the addresses are the same, the site can provide a “My shipping address is the same as…

Understanding WCAG SC 3.2.6 Consistent Help (Level A)
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Understanding WCAG SC 3.2.6 Consistent Help (Level A)

The goal of this success criterion is to ensure that the users find the help to complete a task in a consistent location across a set of web pages. When a help the mechanism is available in a set of web pages it is available in the same order relative to other contents of the…

Understanding SC 2.5.8 – Target Size (Minimum)
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Understanding SC 2.5.8 – Target Size (Minimum)

The intent of this success criterion is to ensure the target of any UI element has 24 by 24 CSS PX target size  or there is enough spacing provided between two targets that have undersize targets. Note that zooming or other style changes adopted by users with disabilities must not modify the target sizes. So,…