Post by Aaron Brethorst, the Program Manager responsible for Accessibility and User Interface Consistency throughout Visual Studio on the Visual Studio Accessibility blog: “The team I work with is very interested in building up a contact list of our users who use Visual Studio with any and all accessibility settings enabled: Screen readers and other […]
I just can’t keep up with the spam.
Stuck between a rock and a hard place and another rock. If I turn comments on, I get spammed. If I turn comments off, I get no comments (doh). If I switch to a skin that has the CAPTCHA function enabled, then it’s not accessible to readers who are blind. So I’m looking around for […]
When you run the FrontPage 2003 Accessibility Checker on a page that has include pages in it, the Accessibility Checker doesn’t check the contents of the included page(s). I’d recommend checking and fixing your included pages first.
A good post on IEBlog, the Microsoft Internet Explorer Weblog, about Internet Explorer and Accessibility, especially the tip about how to access the Information Bar in IE using the keyboard – that one puzzled me for quite a while. The post was made by Kelly Ford – he heads up the accessibility testing effort on […]