- Ensure the correct reproduction of masked content to be read by screen readers.
- Improve the accessibility of content for people with disabilities.
Unless the content is intended to be made visible by user action (tabs, drop-down menus, etc.):
- Do not use the display and visibility properties to hide the content.
- Do not use the hidden HTML attribute to hide the content.
- Do not give the content an aria-hidden="true" ARIA attribute.
- Do not use the wmode parameter of a Flash object with transparent or opaque values.
- CSS properties to position the content outside the display area of the browser (position, text-indent) or to crop it (clip);
- the ARIA properties allowing a label to be associated with content (aria-label, aria-labelledby, aria-describedby);
- or, in the case of a form field label, the title attribute of the form
Find out more:
In the generated code and in the CSS style sheets of the pages checked:
- Find, using a code inspector, content that would be hidden from display (apart from that intended to be made visible by user action)
- Check that none of this content uses the techniques indicated in the implementation if it is to be rendered in a screen reader.