Interactive pages can be a major barrier for users, especially those on a screen reader. Issues for navigating forms and interactive pages include:

  1. Users on a screen reader need to know what information to put into a particular field.
  2. Form controls and icons may not be fully identified on a screen reader.
  3. Forms or interactive controls should work on a keyboard as well as a mouse. Blind viewers and users with certain mobility impairments to their hands may not be able to control a mouse.
  4. If a user does not enter information correctly into a form, the error report form should clearly identify the location and type of error.

No matter what platform a form is created in, these guidelines should be implemented.

See Web Form Accessibility for more information about designing Web forms.
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