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ally.js - JavaScript library to help modern web applications with accessibility concerns

  •    Javascript

ally.js is a JavaScript library simplifying certain accessibility features, functions and behaviors. Its goal is to be A JavaScript library to help web applications with accessibility concerns. The intention is to separate these generic components from actual applications and other libraries.ally.js is published under the MIT License.

emulatetab - A jQuery plugin to emulate tabbing between elements on a page.

  •    Javascript

A jQuery plugin to emulate tabbing between elements on a page. The tab key is very useful when it comes to navigating webpages. When working with functions that modify or reuse tabbing through elements on a page, the browser's native tabbing logic cannot be called from javascript. This plugin tries to emulate/simulate that browser logic.

plusastab - A jQuery plugin to use the numpad plus key (configurable) as a tab key equivalent.

  •    Javascript

A jQuery plugin to use the numpad plus key (configurable) as a tab key equivalent. With PlusAsTab, elements can be marked as plussable, allowing the user to use the + on the numeric keypad (numpad or tenkey for short) to navigate page. For numeric input it is closer than the tab key and therefor increases input speed and allows for one-handed entry in multiple fields.

skipontab - A jQuery plugin to exempt selected form fields from the forward tab order.

  •    Javascript

When using tab to navigate through a form, skipping some fields will reduce key presses for the normal use cases. Skipped fields can still be navigated to by keyboard; once skipped and focusing the next form field, use shift-tab to step back. Mouse or touch navigation is unaffected. This library is most useful when the users are familiar with the form, and uses it regularly. Casual users may not feel as comfortable - then again, if they are already using the tab button, they might see it as an optimization.