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Search Results for tag "accessibility"
Support web developers in testing web resources for accessibility features.
Firefox plugin to make more accessible to Blind Users. The AccessibleNews is built upon the technology to smartly understand the page layout and help blind users to access the content more quickly.
Easily toggle the option to allow or not a website to use their own colors.
Check your accessibility to the Internet or Intranet
Autofill is a small but powerful add-on that serves one purpose: fill form fields automatically on page load. It is for people who just want a straightforward form filler without all the bells and whistles.
Shows smaller and smaller symbols until you stop recognising them.
Enjoy over 400 new emoticons on your Facebook statutes, get your Facebook notifications instantly in your browser, and more.
Fangs renders a text version of a web page similar to how a screen reader would read it. The ambition is to help developers understand how an assistive device would present a website and thereby increase chances of finding accessibility issues early.
Track Page Focus in Firebug
Add a hotkey to focus on the input area.
The Web. Displayed Your Way.
Click to zap away rubbish.
Hack out the noise, read, print in peace.
* Widen Elements & Text.
* Save the changes to Stylish.
* Remove Sidebars & Ads.
* Black on White.
User empowerment (bsd on aardvark)
HaTeMiLe is a library made for improve accessibility web pages, converting pages with HTML code into pages with a more accessible code, this add-on uses this library to improve Mozilla Firefox's accessibility.
The extension generates a documentmap or index of any web document structured with headings and/or with sections in HTML 5. It shows the headings structure, the errors in the structure (ie. incorrect levels), and it works as HTML5 Outliner too.
The Hemianopia plugin works quite simply. After installing, the plugin will draw a line on the page, upon which the user can click to change the color or disable it. They can also click and drag the bar to the best location for the site.
Apply various effects to Firefox icons.
Grayscale, negative, pink glasses and more...
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View news stories and other articles in a very easy to read, clutter-free, scrollable display.
The toolbar enables developers to examine WAI-ARIA live regions roles and properties, examine data tables, and determine if the colour contrast is sufficient.
Make sound responses while events happen.