Screen reader.

Henny Swan
7 February 2011

This article is not about testing with screen readers as such (I’ve written about this elsewhere) but rather what needs to be considered in order to establish a good screen reader testing plan within larger overall accessibility and general quality assurance plans. Its written in such a way that I hope organisations of any size or budget can adapt and use it. What are screen readers? Screen readers are a text-to-speech software that work on top of a web browser (and other applications) to read screen content out to users who have severe sight problems, reading problems or learning disabilities….

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Ben Logan
15 February 2009

Mozilla’s Firefox is a lightweight browser used by many developers due to the way it can be customised and extended with the vast range of plug-ins available to download for free. In this article we are going to take a very quick look at each one and give you the links so you can download and install them today.

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