In this tutorial, you will learn how to use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to change the background of form elements when they receive focus on your web page. This behavior makes it easier for keyboard users to know where they are in the form as they press the Tab key to navigate the items on the form. It can also be a helpful visual indicator for people with cognitive disabilities.
Fieldsets can be used to group related form elements on long forms using a label called a legend. This can make it easier for people with cognitive disabilities to understand the form by splitting it into more manageable sections.
Forms may be used to collect information from your website’s visitors, and they are also used to perform searches and find content on your website. Because forms are one of the primary ways people will interact with your website, it is important that they be accessible. In this tutorial you will learn how to create accessible forms with Dreamweaver by using text labels that are associated with their form elements with a FOR attribute.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use Adobe Dreamweaver to add an accessible data table to a web page.
Including a skip navigation or skip to content link at the top of your web pages will improve navigation on your website for screen reader users and for those who can only use the keyboard for navigation. This kind of link will let a screen reader or keyboard user skip the navigation and other repetitive elements of a web page and go directly to the main content section of that page.
When you specify the language of web page you make it easier for screen readers to properly read the content to people who speak languages other than English. In Dreamweaver, you can specify a language for the entire page or for specific sections of the page.
This tutorial shows you how to add supplementary information for links by using link titles in Dreamweaver.
Most screen readers support a keyboard shortcut for navigating the content on a web page using headings. This feature can provide additional navigation for people with visual impairments who use screen readers to browse the web. Headings also separate the content on a web page into more manageable sections for people with cognitive disabilities.
Page titles are important because they are one of the first things screen reader users will hear when they arrive on your website. Having a descriptive page title on each page will help those visiting your website with a screen reader quickly determine they are on the right page and site. Dreamweaver Page Titles Video Tutorial [...]
Using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), Dreamweaver will let you adjust the font type, text size, and line-height in your web documents. This tutorial will show you how to adjust the text settings in Dreamweaver to make the body text in your web pages easier to read.