My group is considering using Trello for projects, but anything we use must be accessible to blind team members who use screenreading software. Does Trello work well with JAWS, VoiceOver, or anything ...
Is there some way to discover whether a site supports @accesskeys, short of brute force hammering on the keyboard or searching in the markup? I can't remember even once seeing a web site advertising ...
I would put my question this way: We all know Keyboard is fast (as compare to Mouse). VIM is a simplest example for this. Is there any standard of creating web applications that are keyboard centric? ...
Haven't been able to find much information online. There is a page for docs accessibility standards but I don't see specific points mentioned. Do google doc's presentations meet accessibility ...
I know there are many Youtube keyboard shortcuts. If the player loses focus then none of these work, so I have to either click the player with the mouse to regain control, or else I could tab multiple ...