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Scott O'Really?
I talk about stuff & things. But mostly stuff. UX dev / lapsed designer focused on accessibility . Works .
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Zach Leatherman 8h
Accessibility features in web browsers to improve readability: 1. Page zoom (the standard ⌘+/- or CTRL +/-) 2. Text-only zoom 3. Minimum font size user preference To respect these features: * leave the root font size as is * use `em` units elsewhere (esp. in media queries)
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Hidde 9h
✏️ Meaning without markup: the Accessibility Object Model
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TetraLogical 12h
Short but useful note on generated content, punctuation/symbols, and screen readers, by
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Scott O'Really? 22h
Replying to @scottohara
but it's not raining.
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Scott O'Really? 22h
hey it's kinda hot out.
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Scott O'Really? Jul 21
congratulations :)
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Scott O'Really? Jul 20
also, be sure to let me know when your album drops. i want to check out the sweet <dub>s it will contain.
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Scott O'Really? Jul 20
haha, didn't realize "div" had auto corrected to "dub" in this instance, i'm fine with twitter not having an edit button for past tweets :)
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Deborah Edwards-Onoro Jul 20
Since not every site has back-to-top links on their pages, here's how to return to the top of a web page
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Scott O'Really? Jul 20
:)
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Scott O'Really? Jul 20
are you being honest here, or just twitter honest, patrick? ;)
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Scott O'Really? Jul 20
Replying to @joshbuchea
is this like a greatest hit tweet or something? I swear I saw this nugget of "who the hell cares what this guy thinks" a few months back? shrug.
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Scott O'Really? Jul 19
Replying to @AmeliasBrain @aardrian
Wonder if it’s the role=search wrapper? If you’re saying a dub soup wrapper and text field don’t do it, then maybe that?
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Scott O'Really? Jul 19
Replying to @AmeliasBrain @aardrian
i might go poking around the internet to see if i can find a search form that doesn't use input type=search or role=search as a wrapper and see if i can reproduce. i imagine that'll not be too hard to find. cause. you know. HTML semantics n' all :)
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Scott O'Really? Jul 19
Replying to @Daniel_Tonon @aardrian
"role="alert" elements DO get read out the instant they appear though." * not 100% coverage here... more info on that in the near-ish future though....
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Scott O'Really? Jul 19
Replying to @AmeliasBrain @aardrian
i did not know this was a thing, but makes me think it's more based on browser history than the input?
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Scott O'Really? Jul 19
Replying to @AmeliasBrain @aardrian
giving this a go, i did not initially get a search option in chrome when typing his domain. i went to adrian's site and performed a search via his search form (never having done this in chrome before) tried again, got the option to perform a search on/in adrain's site
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Scott O'Really? Jul 19
Replying to @AmeliasBrain @aardrian
i've read the alt text you provided, but maybe it's because the gif ends so soon, i don't notice any tab to the search input? also per adrian's response, i wonder if the role=search is an adequate substitute since his search input is not a type=search ?
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Scott O'Really? Jul 19
good call :) but yeh, don't believe the extension is actively maintained anymore? definitely wouldn't make any coding considerations based on its output.
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Scott O'Really? Jul 19
i was more commenting on "btn" vs "button" :) fine to do this if progressively enhancing, since this would be needed to polyfill in ie11 anyway. will break things if no js. also chromevox on a chromebook or as an extension? if extension, i'd question any decisions made for that
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