Fully accessible, embedded video player with HTML5 controls.
Fractal component library tool (http://fractal.build) plugin for accessibility testing against Tenon (http://tenon.io)
Asqatasun Jenkins plugin to leverage web accessibility (a11y) testing in Continuous Integration
The User Interface Options (UI Options) component allows users to transform the presentation of the user interface and content resources so that they are personalized to the individual user's needs. UI Options is part of the Infusion Framework.
Inline Edit allows a user to do quick edits to simple text without having to switch modes or screens.
The Table of Contents component examines a page for HTML heading elements, and generates and formats a list of links to headings that can be used to navigate the page.
The Infusion Reorderer component allows developers to create rich, accessible user interfaces which enables users to directly re-arrange content on the page.
The Pager allows users to break up long lists of items into separate pages. They may decide whether or not they want paging, and how many results are displayed per page.
Infusion Uploader provides an easy way for users to upload many files at once, providing useful feedback about the status and progress of each file along the way.
The Infusion Progress component provides a usable and accessible linear progress display for use on its own or with other Infusion components.
An NVDA add-on that allows you to "feel" images with your ears, while moving your finger around a touch screen on Windows 8 and above.
AT test for Font-Awesome
:book: Accessibility resources - Ressources accessibilité
Knowage is the professional open source suite for modern business analytics over traditional sources and big data systems.
Open-source braille translator and back-translator.
Find valid background / foreground color contrast for accessibility (a11y, WCAG)
WCAG contrast ratio measurement and scoring
A bookmarklet that simulates various types of users with disabilities. It is an education tool that will hopefully educate people about web accessibility.
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