Category Archives: Accessibility Audit

Accessibility Inspector in Mozilla FireFox 61 and beyond

Accessibility Inspector is now built into Mozilla FireFox 61. This feature will give a wonderful opportunity for the accessibility testers and consultants to review the accessibility properties of any element and provide a detailed description for the audit report. In this article let us understand , how to enable it and use the feature. Screen… Continue Reading Accessibility Inspector in Mozilla FireFox 61 and beyond

Screen Reader and Browser Combination for Accessibility

Screen reader testing is a common action item while testing for accessibility. Since the web content is rendered on browsers, it is very important to know the best screen reader and browser combination for accessibility testing. Currently for both desktop and mobile devices many browsers are available in the market so as the screen readers.… Continue Reading Screen Reader and Browser Combination for Accessibility

Spectator of Screen Reader? tools for you

Testing with a screen reader is one of the major activities while making a website accessible. For non-screen reader users it will be hard hearing the robotic voice output through-out the day. On the other hand they might be missing important information spoken out by the screen reader. Sometimes that make huge difference in identifying… Continue Reading Spectator of Screen Reader? tools for you

Paul Adam Bookmarklets For Accessibility

Paul J Adam the well known expert in the accessibility industry has published bookmarklets for testing the accessibility bugs on web pages. These bookmarklets are easy to use. All that you need is a web browser and internet connection to use them. Installing and using Paul Adam accessibility bookmarklets Point your browser to http://www.pauljadam.com/bookmarklets/index.html or… Continue Reading Paul Adam Bookmarklets For Accessibility

10 Accessibility Checks in 10 minutes

Quite often I receive requests to check the accessibility of a web page and say if it is accessible or not. In most of the cases the request is to identify high level accessibility issues to include in a business presentation. Being a screen reader user I can read through the page and identify few… Continue Reading 10 Accessibility Checks in 10 minutes

1.4.3 Contrast (Minimum)

The visual presentation of text and images of text has a contrast ratio of at least 4.5:1, except for the following: (Level AA) Large Text: Large-scale text and images of large-scale text have a contrast ratio of at least 3:1; Incidental: Text or images of text that are part of an inactive user interface component,… Continue Reading 1.4.3 Contrast (Minimum)