American Sign Language
In technology, authentication refers to being able to log into your unique user account, usually with your email and password.
(Cascading Style Sheets) is a computer programming language used for visual styles of websites. It changes settings such as color, typography, and spacing.
This is a state of an interactive element (such as a button) that lets you know that it is ready to receive input. It's essential for keyboard and and screen reader users.
(HyperText Markup Language) is the standard markup language for documents designed to be displayed in a web browser (such as Chrome).
This is a state of an interactive element (such as a button) that lets you know that it is interactive, usually with a different color or shadow
In technology, markup is a computer programming language that uses tags to define elements within a page. HTML is an example of markup.
In technology, this refers to the process of organizing links so that they are easy to find and understand.
An interactive gesture that requires precise movement, such as drag and drop or pinch to zoom
In technology, this refers to the ability of a website to respond to different screen sizes and devices, such as a computer screen vs. a phone screen.
A type of assistive technology that converts text, buttons, and other screen elements to audio and/or braille, used primarily by Blind and visually impaired people.
A complete recording of audio content in written text format