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John Eggers
Mar 16, 2022
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For users of assistive web application development company, messages, labels, and warnings must be useful and provide context. For example, how can a screen reader know which field you're talking about if a form contains many needed fields but just one error message that reads "This field is mandatory?" "Email is necessary," "First name is required," and so on. All parts and components must also be named so that screen readers can give context and direction to users. Each section of a search form, for example, maybe designated with an icon and an input field like follows: For the search sign, label="Begin search" in the input area, label="Search query" The user can interact with the user interface component because a screen reader knows what each piece does.
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