Nic Olllis

Keyboard Navigation and VoiceOver

Nic Olllis | Mar 04, 2019

In this screencast, you'll get your feet wet in accessibility and learn how to move around a website using only your keyboard with VoiceOver enabled.

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Accessibility | Apple Documentation

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