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Dec
18
revised What do you call a form that changes based on users answers?
added tag, formatted
Dec
16
comment For correct accessibility, how should I title an iframe?
@VilleNiemi: You are correct, thanks (I missed that OP hides the iframe via CSS). I updated my answer.
Dec
16
revised For correct accessibility, how should I title an iframe?
added aria-hidden as suggested by Ville Niemi
Dec
16
answered For correct accessibility, how should I title an iframe?
Dec
16
comment For correct accessibility, how should I title an iframe?
What is the error you get?
Dec
5
awarded  Custodian
Dec
5
reviewed Approve Is it OK to autocorrect users when they have mistyped parts of their email address?
Nov
26
answered Best practice when designing screen reader friendly notification functionality
Nov
22
comment Why do RPGs show conversations in windows with talking head animation?
Dungeon Keeper? The one from 1997 (which is a strategy/god simulation game, not an RPG)?
Nov
15
revised Displaying information on minimalistic long panels
question is not a quote; removed thanks/footer
Nov
10
comment What's the best pattern for public facing user IDs?
Why do your users need to remember the ID?
Nov
8
revised What is the common name for this widget (vertical buttons/links)?
retagged; clarified title; alt content
Nov
7
comment In how many languages should an email be translated?
You have the survey translated to all these languages, too? And what about other emails from the hotel where the guest language is unknown (i.e, reserveration confirmation)?
Nov
5
revised What is the best way to display disabled field and text for accessibility color contrast support
added tags, formatted
Nov
4
revised Are WAI ARIA attributes required for WCAG 2.0 level AA compliance?
edited body
Nov
4
answered Are WAI ARIA attributes required for WCAG 2.0 level AA compliance?
Oct
22
comment Do all screens need headings?
@Mana: I’m not sure I understand this example screenshot, but I think this page is about Mark and the services he offers. In this case, "Mark", or, if different, the site name (name of his business etc.), should be the document heading. -- When deciding about the outline, you should not think about the way the page is displayed. Look at it without any CSS applied: having sections which are all on the same level will make it hard to understand such a document; there should usually be some kind of header/introduction. For most websites, this would be the site name.
Oct
21
revised What is the reverse of an Unsubscribe?
added tags
Oct
16
answered What is the correct tab-indexing for a log-in form with a “forgot password” link?
Oct
12
comment What to show while a game is loading?
@tepples: Sounds like a good case for Ask Patents: prior-art-request