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WebAIM November 2022 Newsletter

Read this newsletter online at https://webaim.org/newsletter/2022/november


HTML Semantics and Accessibility Cheat Sheet

This new resource lists the most common and useful HTML elements that have an impact on accessibility for users with disabilities.

Web Accessibility In Mind Conference Videos

The video recordings from Day 1 of the Web Accessibility In Mind Conference are now available on YouTube.

Upcoming WebAIM Events

Accessibility in Technology Procurement and Use

This virtual training session to be held January 17 will provide insight into tools and processes that will help any organization, large or small, better account for accessibility when making decisions about purchasing or using third-party technology.

Web Accessibility Virtual Training

Registration is now open for WebAIM's virtual web accessibility training to be held January 11-12.


Berkeley (Finally) Agrees to Make Online Content Accessible

Disability rights advocates welcome news of Berkeley's consent decree with the Justice Department, which many consider long overdue.

DOJ Promises To Resume Filing Federal Website Accessibility Reports

The plan comes months after a group of senators requested that the department restart its reporting, which was last completed in 2012.


Lamenting Twitter's and WCAG's potential

Both Twitter and WCAG WG are squandering the potential to make the world a better place.

A Guide To Keyboard Accessibility

Cristian Diaz covers practices, recommendations, and a toolset on JavaScript that can be implemented to create a great experience for keyboard users.

Using Automated Test Results To Improve Accessibility

Noah Mashni and Mark Steadman share their approach to how to leverage the automated test results from the accessibility checks to drive change and reach sustainable digital accessibility transformation.

Progress Over Perfection: A Better Way to Accessibility

Small steps make a big difference. Educate, don't berate. If the world needs more of anything, it's kindness.

How to Champion Digital Accessibility: Key Conversation Starters, by Department

How do you get the cross-functional buy-in to make it happen across your organization? Learn key strategies and talking points for cross-functional success in your organization, drawn from the advice of a fellow accessibility champion.

7 tactics that benefit both accessibility and SEO

Improving accessibility also improves SEO and vice versa. In this post we will tackle this head-on, covering specific areas of optimization that legitimately benefit both practices.

Quick Tip: Keyboard Navigation Order

When navigating with a keyboard, the navigation order of interactive elements should be logical and intuitive. It should generally align with the logical visual order. This can be tested by pressing the Tab key and following the visual navigation order while also ensuring each interactive element has a visible focus indicator.

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