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I'm blind and Italian. These are very important informations because could explaine many my posts! I'm working as web developer and I'm learning JPA2 and JSF2. I'm also learning to use Vinux, a linux distro based on Ubuntu. My preferred IDE is Netbeans with the plug-in Sappy. My preferred screen reader is NVDA. For now it is enought-


Feb
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
5
comment How can I test a web site about accessibility and usability?
@norman-b-robins0n : thank you for your answer!
Dec
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comment How can I test a web site about accessibility and usability?
thank you, as I said I'm blind so I already a screen reader (NVDA because it is opensource and works very well like JAWS) I can't use Zoom Text but thank you for the link to Wave Toolbar and for the link to w3c!
Dec
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comment How can I test a web site about accessibility and usability?
@rachel I would do a complete test not only for the blind, I know that the accessibility and usability aren't only focused on help blind peole!
Dec
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asked How can I test a web site about accessibility and usability?
Feb
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comment Accessibility of JSF's frameworks
@Kedar : I will read those articles but its seem very generic and, as I said before, the accessibility problems appear only when I tried to add some external frameworks and not with "only" JSF2 standard framework.
Feb
28
comment Accessibility of JSF's frameworks
well I choose JSF because I'mworking with JAVA and it seemed (six months ago) a goodand innovative solution (my collegue work with Struts 1.2 and I worked with Oracle ADF...) now I will see the two frameworks that you suggest but, for me, the accessibility problems appear when I would add some external frameworks like PrimeFaces and ICEFaces and not before...
Feb
28
comment Accessibility of JSF's frameworks
@dnbrv : The problem is that, probably, this question in stackoverflow could be considered very generic, here we talk about accessibility, usability and ecc... so I thought that this was the best place... however, if some mod think the same thing, please move this question and sorry for my error.
Feb
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asked Accessibility of JSF's frameworks
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awarded  Supporter
Dec
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comment Is F1-F12 the same for every keyboard/language
I read that you tag it as accessibility issue so I would ask to you a simple thing off-topic: These images have the method Title in its <img> tag? If not this is an issue for blind persons!
Dec
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answered Accessibility for touch screen devices (e.g. iPad, iPhone)
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comment What is a more intuitive way to present a 3-option toggle?
@ Patrick McElhaney : thanks for your edit! I change my answer to a more appropiate answer!
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awarded  Editor
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revised What is a more intuitive way to present a 3-option toggle?
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answered Accessibility in modern web applications
Dec
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answered Most User-Friendly Form Fields for Entering Date/Time?
Dec
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awarded  Teacher
Dec
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answered What is a more intuitive way to present a 3-option toggle?