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My recommendation would be to set the: image's alt attribute to specify a text equivalent for the image link's title attribute to describe the resource being linked to <A href="https://lebowskifest.com/fests/lebowski-fest-new-york" title="Lebowski Fest New York in August 2014"> <IMG ...


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Suffering from cataracts myself, I can assure you from myself, as well as others, that white or very light text on black is much more efficient for us. The research is there as well if you research low vision disorders. It all had to do with the amount of bright white light. There are some screens on some programs where there is so much white, all we see is ...


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I'll answer this question in a different way - what things don't most companies have or do when they want to properly test web application for accessibility: A design strategy or framework that is not just about accessibility, but inclusive design (this is another topic/question altogether). A range of actual devices (not just simulations or emulators) to ...


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Informative and in context There are endless ways to style this depending on the amount of attention you want to draw. Regardless of the prominence, some explanation of why the bookmark is leaving is in order. If this is going to be a frequent occurrence, I would display this alert once, possibly for a limited amount of time or with an option to dismiss. ...


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Users take the trouble of manually setting accessibility settings for a reason. They want (or need) high contrast or large fonts. They want the site to be in their language. To the user, logging in is just another action they're taking on your site. It's no different than any other page on the site. And perhaps there are other pages or content that can be ...



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