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Feb
5
comment How can I test a web site about accessibility and usability?
@norman-b-robins0n : thank you for your answer!
Dec
12
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
7
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!
Feb
28
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.
Dec
7
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
3
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!