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Discover the Path to Digital Inclusion: Illuminating Accessibility Trends, Legal Insights, WCAG Standards, and Business Advancements. Dive into our Zenyth Blog, where we're committed to shedding light on the ever-evolving landscape of accessibility. Stay informed about the latest developments in accessible design, explore the implications of accessibility laws and crucial legal discoveries, and gain insights into how WCAG standards and business strategies intersect.

Design vs. accessibility and the CSS visually-hidden class

We look using the CSS visually-hidden utility class to make elements available to users of assistive technologies without impacting design.
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Understanding HTML landmarks and how to apply them

We demystify HTML landmarks, discuss the nuances of different types, and show how to use them to help screen reader users navigate a site.
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The devil is in the details: a look into a disclosure widget markup

A discussion about the pros and cons of the two different main markup variants of a disclosure widget
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Revolutionizing Web Accessibility: The Recent Breakthrough in Eye-Tracking Technology

In the ever-evolving landscape of assistive technologies, one recent breakthrough is capturing the spotlight and transforming the way individuals with
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The Four Pillars of Multimedia Accessibility: Captions, Dialogue-Only Transcripts, Descriptive Transcripts, and Audio Descriptions

As content creators, we have a responsibility to make multimedia content accessible to everyone, including those with disabilities. To achieve this...
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Navigating the Maze of ARIA Menu Roles: A Comprehensive Guide

While ARIA has many roles and attributes that can make a website more accessible, it's crucial to understand when and how to use them appropriately...
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The Great Debate: Semantic HTML vs. Custom "Div Soup" Components for Accessibility

The debate between using semantic HTML and custom components often referred to as "div soup," is a hot topic...
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Decoding the Target Size Maze: A Deep Dive into WCAG 2.2 Success Criteria

Today, we're dissecting two Success Criteria that deal with target size: Target Size (Minimum) and Target Size (Enhanced). Buckle up; it's going to...
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The Evolving Landscape of Digital Accessibility Legislation

Before the introduction of California's AB 1757, the legal landscape for digital accessibility in the United States was a complex tapestry of...
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