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  • People Accessibility

    Accessible RadEditor used by the Royal National Institute of Blind People

    I am posting this on behalf of the editor team here at Telerik. It has been a really great experience to work with the folks at the Royal National Institute of the Blind People (RNIB) and Content and Code. The folks at RNIB helped us a lot to improve the accessible feature set of RadEditor for ASP.NET AJAX and we are very happy with the results. We are proud to be the chosen component vendor for an accessible HTML editor. The required changes to the editor client code were not difficult and added the needed features for blind and partially sighted people. Some...
    December 11, 2009
  • People Accessibility

    RadFormDecorator –Skinned Radio Buttons, Checkboxes, Focus Dots and Accessibility

    The sole purpose of this blog post is to answer to frequently asked questions concerning the support of the visual clues (focus dots) of the checkboxes and radio buttons styled with RadFormDecorator. The focus dots that appear upon tabbing on a clickable HTML element (a, input, button, checkbox, radiobutton, etc) is a visual clue showing that the element is accessible via the keyboard or other device facilitating its manipulation. Unfortunately, browsers differ in the support of focus dots. According to the accessibility specifications, a checkbox or radio button has to be associated with a label tag, in order to make the clickable area of the...
    November 30, 2009
  • People Accessibility

    UI Automation/Accessibility in Silverlight 2, tools and resources summary

    The purpose of this post is to summarize the tools and resources for UI Automation/Accessibility testing in Silverlight 2 available at the present moment as well as to share a few details on what’s expected in the nearest future. There are a lot of resources on the web about Microsoft UI Automation framework and Active Accessibility so I’m not going to put any general information here. Still, you can refer to the list at the end of the post for additional information. The UI Automation testing tools are quite important to developers and testers (like me) that are interested in ...
    October 20, 2008
  • People Accessibility

    Accessibility and RadEditor

    The following blog post was written together with Rumen Jekov, who is the most experienced support officer at Telerik and has been supporting RadEditor for a number of years now. If you are a RadEditor user, and you contact us, chances are you will be receiving an answer from him. The blog post discusses the accessibility features of RadEditor. While accessibility options were not considered important couple of years ago, things have changed - and will be changing even more in the future. For enterprize customers and governmental institutions accessibility is becoming a top priority, and we have gone at great lengths...
    July 16, 2008
  • People Accessibility

    Telerik RadGrid Section 508 Compliance

    Ever wonder how to make a pageable & sortable grid Section 508 compliant? Well with RadGrid this is trivial task! The tricky part is to tell the grid to not render or require any JavaScript on the page: 1. Inherit from RadGrid and override three methods:     public class MyGrid : RadGrid     {         public MyGrid()         {             //         }         protected override void RegisterScriptControl()         {             // do not register as ScriptControl         }        ...