[blindza] Fw: WebAIM June Newsletter
- From: "Jacob Kruger" <jacob@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: "BlindZA" <blindza@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, "NAPSA Blind" <blind@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2012 08:01:57 +0200
WebAIM June 2012 NewsletterWebAIM = WebAccessibilityInMind, and in newsletter below, there's at least one humorous (Friday) story. Stay well Jacob Kruger Blind Biker Skype: BlindZA '...fate had broken his body, but not his spirit...' ----- Original Message ----- From: WebAIM To: Jacob Kruger Sent: Thursday, June 28, 2012 8:23 PM Subject: WebAIM June Newsletter Read this newsletter online at http://webaim.org/newsletter/2012/june Feature Four Keys to System-wide Web Accessibility Guidance for successfully implementing web accessibility in complex organizations. News WebAIM Web Accessibility Training - Advanced Session Join us for 2 days of advanced, hands-on training August 29-30, 2012 in beautiful Logan, Utah. Accessibility Summit 2012 The third annual Accessibility Conference will feature WebAIM's Jared Smith and other accessibility experts Sep. 25, 2012. Tips and Resources My Take on the WebAIM Survey Terrill Thompson gives valuable insight into the WebAIM survey results. The Case of the Missing alt Attribute How to simply avoid the most common validation error. How to Ensure that You Pay More for Web Accessibility than You Should Derek Featherstone humorously highlights common mistakes organizations make while implementing web accessibility. Accessibility Testing as Alchemy Elle Waters suggests that real web accessibility occurs when we are not looking. Accessible Client-side Form Validation with HTML5, WAI-ARIA, and the jQuery Validation Plugin Building accessible forms and using the jQuery Validation Plug-in. Quick Tip: Evaluating Web Accessibility on iDevices If you have an iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch, you have a screen reader. VoiceOver comes built-in to all modern Apple touchscreen devices. VoiceOver can be enabled in the device Settings, or by quickly pressing the Home button three times. The following core functions are available: a.. Read the entire page: Swipe two fingers upward b.. Stop reading: Tap with two fingers c.. Read through page elements: Swipe left or right d.. Open or modify the rotor (a list of elements which can be navigated): Twist two fingers on the screen and select from multiple rotor elements. Once selected, swipe up or down to cycle through the selected rotor element e.. Read from current location: Swipe downward with two fingers f.. Select an element: Press and drag finger to an item, or navigate to an item using another navigation gesture g.. Activate an item: Double tap h.. Zoom: Triple tap Basic web accessibility evaluation (checking alternative text, form labels, heading structure, reading and navigation order, etc.) can easily be performed on any Apple touchscreen device. WebAIM E-mail Discussion List Subscribe to the WebAIM E-mail Discussion List View the Discussion List Archives Selected recent threads a.. NAD vs. Netflix ruling b.. Elevator speeches about accessibility c.. Screen Reader Survey Results d.. PowerPoint Accessibility Question? e.. Links vs. Buttons f.. reCAPTCHA Read more about WebAIM Services. WebAIM is a non-profit organization based at the Center for Persons with Disabilities at Utah State University. Know someone who might benefit from this newsletter? We encourage you to forward this newsletter to friends and colleagues. To subscribe, unsubscribe, or change your newsletter preferences, go to http://webaim.org/newsletter/ Copyright (c) 2012 WebAIM. All rights reserved.
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