One of the most important pages on a site is the page displayed when there aren’t any results for a search. It’s one of the most ignored and least-loved pages. Since it’s just past Valentine’s Day, let’s show the no-results page some love.
Posts written by Joanna Briggs, Author at Simply Accessible
In this week’s Best Practice of the Week, we’re talking about various methods for hiding content from users.
In this week’s Best Practice of the Week, we’re talking about error messages and how they convey problems to users. Error messages should be specific and let the user know what they need to do to fix it.
In this week’s BPOW (Best Practice of the Week), we look at the title attribute. Title attributes seem to end up everywhere. And, you really don’t need them because most of the time they’re just creating redundant information. For people with screenreaders, they might hear the title and the text – or just the link text. But, title attributes also have an impact on low vision users who use screen magnification.
We look at content in this issue of our Best Practice of the Week (BPOW): It’s easy to forget that a couple of letters share different meanings until you hear them in a screenreader.