Diigo Bookmarks 03/20/2020
- RTC Accessibility User Requirements - Call for Review | W3C Blog
"For real-time communication, video conferencing and instant messaging some of the challenges faced are; the need to route audio output to different sound cards or output devices, to support captioning and live transcription, and the transfer of alternate formats such as sign-language."
- Chrome 80/81 Bug: Accessible Name Calculation | Adrian Roselli
"The fix came too late to make it into Chrome 81 (per the bug report). With Chrome 81 now delayed, any fix coming in Chrome 82, originally scheduled for 9 June 2020, will come at some yet-to-be-determined future date."
- Heading off confusion: When do headings fail WCAG? | TPG - The Accessibility Experts
"This article aims to precisely describe what counts as a WCAG failure when it comes to headings, but we mustn't lose sight of the overall aim of web accessibility, which is to make the web a more inclusive place for everyone."
- What PWA Can Do Today
"This app is itself a Progressive Web App which means it can be installed to the homescreen of your mobile device or to your desktop. After installing you can check the demos of the features below to see what is supported on your device."
- How to use CSS Scroll Snap - LogRocket Blog
"In simple terms, CSS Scroll Snap makes the scroll snap, locking the viewport at a specific point (that you indicate) with each scroll."
- The problem with snackbars and what to use instead by Adam Silver | Designer, London, UK.
"Snackbars--also known as toast messages--are little messages shown on top of the interface to give users feedback in response to an action they just did."
- CSS :nth-of-class selector - Bram.us
"what is proposed in the upcoming CSS Level 4 Selectors specification (aka Not CSS4), is an extension to the nth-child/nth-last-child pseudo selectors: the ability add an extra "of S" part into those selectors."
- Happy 31st birthday, World Wide Web! | W3C Blog
"As the next 50% of the world join the Web, we must ensure that the Web they join is inclusive, international, accessible, one that allows them to participate fully in the Web and helps them to enhance our future world."