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  1. Change or invert the color scheme to make webpages easier to read.

    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.

    For references:
    - Firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/blank-your-monitor-easy-readin/
    -Chrome: High Contrast addon offered by Google Accessibility

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      0 comments  ·  Accessibility  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    • "Allow zooming on all web content" option in Windows 10 Mobile

      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).

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        Completed  ·  4 comments  ·  Accessibility  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
      • Don't clear placeholder unless there is text

        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 :(

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        • accessibility support of html5

          score 100/100 on http://html5accessibility.com/ to allow developer to natively use html5 element without any aria polyfill

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