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Month: July 2013

Bangalore Accessibility Meet-up July 2013 – a Thank you note!

July 28, 2013 • srinivasu chakravarthula

Inspired by Ted Drake of Intuit, who initiated and hosted Bangalore Accessibility Dinner back in May, 2013, I thought, we should continue the momentum. Thanks to the The National Association for the Blind, Karntaka Branch for their support with venue and logistics which helped us to organize 2nd Bangalore Accessibility Meet up on 27th July… Finish Reading “Bangalore Accessibility Meet-up July 2013 – a Thank you note!”

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Page titles, what is that all about?

July 14, 2013 • srinivasu chakravarthula

This is going to be a quick post, but something very essential. <title> is something that represent your web page and it is indeed helpful specially those who opens multiple websites on different tabs. Page <title> should convey the content of the page and information about the portal. It’s very essential to provide appropriate page… Finish Reading “Page titles, what is that all about?”

Accessibility Round-up July 11th 2013

July 11, 2013 • srinivasu chakravarthula

We have started posting our favorites from different sources as weekly round up and these will be published both here and W3C’s Accessibility In India Community Group. Able2Fly – improving accessible travel by Disability Horizons NCPEDP – MphasiS Universal Design Awards 2013 Announced Keyboard and Interaction Accessibility Techniques – a presentation by Jared Smith of… Finish Reading “Accessibility Round-up July 11th 2013”

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SkipTo plugin by PayPal Accessibility Team – an enhancement to SkipTo links

July 9, 2013 • srinivasu chakravarthula

Did you remember our post on Skip links – what, why and how?. In that article, we have seen how skip links would benefit users who uses screen readers or keyboard only but wouldn’t it be cool if Skip links actually helps everyone? Thanks to PayPal (External link) for introducing an enhancement to skip to… Finish Reading “SkipTo plugin by PayPal Accessibility Team – an enhancement to SkipTo links”