“10 Simple Web Accessibility Tips You Can Do Today.” Good reminders.
- on the title attribute, don’t use the same text as what it’s describing (same with alt attributes, duh)
- headings—may be easier to use as page nav for screen reader users (though they mention Skip Navigation, I’ve heard some users more rely on the header tags)
- Interesting link to WebAIM for Links that become visible with keyboard focus; addressing mobility-impaired users that can’t/don’t use a mouse. Might like that as a user myself.
- Labeling form elements, as we’ve mentioned here before.