We look at some of the things you have to think about when creating content to work well with screen readers.
Using the right HTML elements when implementing forms is essential to ensure they can be used by as many people as possible including screen reader users. In this blog Léonie explains the correct usage of the fieldset and legend elements.
When a sighted person visits a page on the GOV.UK website, they can take it in at a glance. They can quickly identify the header and footer, the main content area and navigation, and other things like a search. Someone …
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