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  1. Hey guys, In a previous post, I asked about adding text to a banner that would be picked up by a screen reader, and got a great answer. The ad unit was given a once-over by some folks at the ADA, and they came back to us saying that we should have tabindex controls on any buttons in the banner as well. We have a play/pause, replay and the cta button that would need that attribute. My problem is, I built this particular unit in Animate CC, and don't know how to add tabindex to those elements. I saw that the 2dContext of the canvas element has a drawFocusIfNeeded() method, but how do I
  2. We just got a request to add some accessibility features to a banner. One request is to add a pause button to the banner so that the user can start and stop it to make the copy more readable. The other is to add hidden off-screen text for screen readers. Has anyone ever had such a request? Of course, the pause button thing is easy, but I'm just wondering about the experience. And is there a recommended method for adding hidden text that is still detected by screen-readers? I know that using display: none; or visibility: hidden; will also remove it from screen readers - should I just use ne
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