Here is my list of articles, tools, and techniques with regards to accessibility. I hope, by learning from it I will make accessibility more accessible for myself and provide a more inclusive user experience with my web projects.

HTML elements reference 

The MDN Web Docs HTML elements “…are grouped by function to help you find what you have in mind easily. An alphabetical list of all …

sotable 

Make any HTML table sortable

Eleventy starter project for WCAG reports 

Hidde de Vries describes his Eleventy starter project for Web Content Accessibility (WCAG) reports, which is published on GitHub as eleventy-wcag-reporter. The basic idea is to …

Form design ★

Form design by Geri Reid is a comprehensive compilation of best practices for accessible HTML forms. Geri´s site is beautiful, too.

HTML Specification 

Always beneficial to to visit the root: html.spec.whatwg.org.

HTML Hell 

A collection of bad practices in HTML, copied from real websites. Initiated by Manuel Matuzović and open for contributions.

An alphabet of accessibility issues 

An Alphabet of Accessibility Issues, by Anne Gibson, is a carefully curated list of situations where proper accessibility of a web site would be in …

Website evaluation tools 

Any accessible website must … Tools References Any accessible website must … # use semantic-, standards-based HTML, apply accessibility best pratices (which is a wide field), and be …

Six ways to make your site more accessible ★

Hidde de Vries made this enumeration in this talk. Here is a quick summary. Names Markup Structure Language Text Keyboard References Names # Use link text that …

Indicating the focused element 

Focus is important for keyboard navigation Do not disable the focus outline How to style the focus indication References Focus is important for keyboard navigation …

Back to Top 

A Back to Top link helps users navigate to the top (start) of long pages. Behavior of a Back to Top link HTML to create the …

My approach to accessibility 

The power of the Web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect. Tim Berners-Lee, W3C Director and inventor of the …

Website accessibility got worse 

Dave Rupert made me aware with his tweet: The average website accessibility got worse during the last twelve months! This is according to the WebAIM annual accessibility …