The power of accessibility
Last updated: 21 May 2019
I’ve included an additional slide about “only one h1 per page”. It’s not a Success Criterion. It’s a recommendation.
On the other hand, I’ve found several articles about this recommendation. It was said that it just made sense before HTML5. However, HTML5 document outline is not implemented by assistive technology. You can read the advice and requirements about headings in HTML5 specification.
Thanks to Steve Faulkner, George Kerscher, Katie Haritos-Shea, Phill Jenkins, Michael Wayne Harris and Morten Tollefsen for their answers in WAI Interest Group Discussion list.
Captions are coming! (Spanish and English)
- Carlos Ble for his trust to participate as a speaker at JS Day Canarias 2018.
- the awesome organizers of the event, Dailos R. Díaz Lara and Iván Bacallado Trujillo, for all the facilities to be there.
- Accessibility Scotland
- 5 Tools For Automated Accessibility Audits by Ben Robertson.
- Reviews of accessibility resources
- An accessibility analysis of the top 1,000,000 home pages
- How does your website “sound” like? and examples by Adrián Bolonio.
- tota11y: a toolbar to point out errors and ways to fix them. Add it as a bookmark!
- Vision simulator for Chrome
- How to make images accessible