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Why you should use the Native Dialog Element

The dialog element is easy to use and accessible by default, apart from some minor issues.

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A Picture Says More Than a 1000 Words – Unless You're Blind!

The basics of accessible images and common mistakes you should avoid.

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Creating a fancy, accessible File Input in 3 Steps

Learn how to apply custom styling to the native HTML file input element.

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How to develop a keen sense for Digital Accessibility

Approach the topic step by step and be open to new perspectives.

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Accessible and interactive charts with Angular and Highcharts

How to interweave Highchart's event handling with Angular's component based architecture.

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Create Accessible Web Forms with Custom Styling

How to apply custom styling to native form controls and create accessible web forms with a consistent look across all platforms.

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Spell it out! Determine how Screen Readers should read text

Use the speak-as CSS property to tell screen readers how to read numbers and abbreviations.

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3 Underrated HTML elements that are actually awesome

Use the time, picture and dl elements for machine-readable dates, faster loading images and better accessibility.

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Lights Off! Experience how Blind Users navigate the Web

What does it feel like to be blind? Turn everything black and experience the web as a blind user would.

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Provide highly visible Keyboard Focus with :focus-visible

Fancy design or accessibility? The :focus-visible pseudo-class enables you to support keyboard-only users and satisfy the aesthetic expectations of your clients.

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5 Tips for getting started with Accessibility Audits using a screen reader

How to efficiently use a screen reader and which keyboard shortcuts and gestures will make your life easier.

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First Steps towards more Accessibility

Improve the accessibility of your website or app with high color contrast, semantic markup and captions.

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