If any part of your website requires a dragging movement, provide an alternative means of dragging, such as tapping or clicking. What you need to know This requirement doesn’t apply to actions that are necessary to operate the user agent or assistive technology. Dragging does not require a particular path, only a starting and an […]
When a user interface component receives keyboard focus, the focus indicator may not be hidden by author-created content. This is the AAA level of SC 2.4.12 (AA). This success criterion requires that none of the focus indicator is hidden. What you need to know Among other users, people with ADHD or cognitive disabilities can benefit […]
When a user interface component receives keyboard focus, the component and its focus indicator may not be completely hidden or cut off. What you need to know Among other users, people with ADHD or cognitive disabilities can benefit from always having the focus indicator visible to them. A focused element that’s hidden behind other page […]
For any status messages that do not receive focus, programmatically provide a way to alert users.
Functionality that is activated by device or user motion, for example, shaking a device or signaling to a camera, should be able to be disabled and an alternative for equivalent activation should be available.