Accessibility testing is a type of software testing that involves evaluating a website or application's accessibility for people with disabilities. It ensures that the application can be used by people with visual, auditory, motor, or cognitive impairments. Accessibility testing can include testing various aspects of the application such as the user interface, functionality, performance, and compatibility with assistive technologies. It can be conducted manually using assistive technologies or automatically using accessibility testing tools. Accessibility testing is crucial for ensuring that websites and applications are usable by all users, regardless of their abilities.
We will delve into the intricacies of utilizing playwright for a11y testing, offering a comprehensive guide on how to harness its capabilities effectively.
We delve into the untapped potential of text fragments, a little-known but powerful browser feature that allows users to link directly to specific sentences within a web page. As we unravel its working and provide a guide on how to implement it, we aim to spark interest and facilitate its wider adoption in website design.
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