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Web Accessibility

Checked iconUDC Custom Coding Solutions

Over the years, UDC has re-designed, customized and developed accessible coding methodologies to overcome ongoing challenges in creating accessible content on the web, by implementing the latest achievements in standard coding and complying with best practices. The result of which has been used by Web Content Developers, Content Management System users/developers and Information Technology professionals to learn and improve accessibility and usability on the web. The implementation of this work was in close collaboration with IT Web Development Services. The following are some of the major UDC custom coding solutions.
  • Title Attribute Accessibility (DOCX) Word File  The "title" attribute along with the "aria-label" property should be used to provide additional descriptive and advisory information for the link text.
  • Accessible Accordion (DOCX) Word File An introduction to a coding methodology composed of two techniques that are used to overcome challenges in developing an accessible Accordion.
  • Accessible Drop-down Menu (DOCX)  An introduction to technical and analytical aspects of creating accessible Drop-down menu.

This is an accessible dropdown menu customized and designed by Universal Design Center at CSUN.



This dropdown menu is modified and customized by Universal Design Center at California State University, Northridge, to comply with the best navigational practices.
Last Modified: April 2014