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Test form elements with assistive technology #3
Research how well assistive technology handles form elements.
The current forms and part of the forms are translated into plain HTML on
NB: if you join the tests:
@ewaccess did Dragon testing on http://www.456bereastreet.com/lab/html5-input-types/ with the conclusion: Dragon fails several HTML5 input types. Several require keydown.
Here's a quick video of my testing HTML5
I found the following on Chrome 55 and Firefox 51:
Supported: I could set focus to the input by voice and dictate text within it.
I also did testing on Edge (Windows 10, version 1607) even though Dragon is not compatible with Edge. Using Edge,
Hope this helps!
I've tested the Settings > General and Settings > Discussion forms with VoiceOver on Safari. Using a Scottish female voice. :)
Videos of testing
Most of the time I tabbed through the forms with the keyboard. Here's what I noticed.
Results for testing HTML5 type attributes are on make/accessibility now: https://make.wordpress.org/accessibility/2017/02/13/testing-html5-type-attributes-in-forms-with-different-browsers-and-at/