Change or invert the color scheme to make web pages easier to read.
For example: text from black to white, background from white to black, pictures from Color to grayscale.
Another example: green text on black, yellow text on black.
- Firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/blank-your-monitor-easy-readin/
-Chrome: High Contrast addon offered by Google Accessibility1 vote
Edge and IE already support this at a Windows system level. Settings → Ease of Access →High Contrast
Windows Phone 8.1 had an option to "Allow zooming on all web content" under Settings > Ease of use. This allowed users to zoom/pinch-zoom in IE even on sites that explicitly specified a viewport with fixed min/max zoom sizes or user-scalable=no.
This option seems to have disappeared in Windows 10 Mobile.
Old Android/Browser, Android/Chrome, Android/Firefox, and most recently Android/Opera (just added in latest 4.3) all now have a "Force enable zoom" option in the browser settings. The odd one out of the major platforms is iOS/Safari (see https://openradar.appspot.com/radar?id=6058762490085376).34 votes
Small, but annoying issue. In Chrome and Firefox focusing an input doesn't clear the placeholder; it only gets cleared when there is text. In IE, it clears when you focus.
This is especially annoying if you want to automatically focus a field and you're using placeholders for labeling your elements since the field you focused is no longer labeled :(5 votes
score 100/100 on http://html5accessibility.com/ to allow developer to natively use html5 element without any aria polyfill953 votes
We’re proud to announce that the new accessibility tree has launched as part of EdgeHTML14 in the Windows 10 Anniversary update released today. This work has enabled us to become the first browser to reach 100/100 in HTML5Accessibility.com.
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