DQ – Module 12: Web Accessibility Testing: Screen Readers

  • Fee: Free Practice Tests (based on WAS Guide https://www.accessibilityassociation.org/ )
  • Passing score: 95%
  • Time limit: 45 minutes
  • Number of questions: 54
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multi Answer and True/False
  • Difficulty: Advance
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DQ - Module 12: Web Accessibility Testing: Screen Readers

DQ - Module 12: Web Accessibility Testing: Screen Readers

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When using NVDA, how do you navigate to the next heading?

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Which browser is recommended for use with JAWS?

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When using VoiceOver in macOS, how do you navigate by landmarks?

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When using VoiceOver in macOS, how do you navigate to the next item?

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Testing with screen readers is recommended, but is not required, if automated accessibility tests are performed prior to launching web content.

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VoiceOver on OSX does not differentiate between document/browse mode and focus mode

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When using JAWS, how do you navigate to the next landmark region?

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Which screen readers are available for Windows? (Select all that apply)

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Which of the following elements allow screen readers to quickly "glance" at the structure of the topics and text content in a web page?

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When using TalkBack, how do you cycle through the available reading controls?

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Which of the following visual styles do most screen readers in their default settings announce to users while reading in normal browse mode?

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When using Narrator, how do you navigate to the next item?

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Non-focusable text (e.g., regular paragraphs, <div> elements, headings, etc.) are not available to NVDA users in focus mode.

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When using Narrator, how do you navigate to the next landmark region (when in scan mode)?

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When using JAWS, how do you navigate to the next item?

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Question 1 of 5: Which browser is recommended for use with VoiceOver on macOS?

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When using TalkBack, how do you navigate to the next item?

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When using NVDA, how do you navigate to the next item?

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Do screen readers notify users about the visual placement of items on the page (e.g., explaining columns of text, or floating items with wrapping text)?

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Screen readers can output to either audio or Braille.

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In their default settings, most screen readers announce every comma and every period.

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Which browser is recommended for use with TalkBack?

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Which screen reader mode in NVDA allows users to type "H" to go to the next heading?

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People with which of the following disabilities may use screen readers? (Select all that apply)

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When using VoiceOver in iOS, how do you navigate to the next item?

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Blind screen reader users are most likely to navigate web content using what?

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When using VoiceOver in iOS, how do you pull up the rotor?

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What do developers need to keep in mind about the virtual buffer of screen readers?

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When using Narrator, how do you activate scan mode?

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Which browser is recommended for use with NVDA?

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Which browser is recommended for use with Narrator?

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Which of the following do screen readers read?

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Which of the following allow screen reader users to navigate to areas like the main content, footer, or menu sections of a web page?

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The only way a screen reader can read non-focusable content (e.g., paragraphs, headings, div elements, etc.) is to start at the beginning of the page and let the screen reader read everything on the page from beginning to end.

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Which browser is recommended for use with VoiceOver on iOS?

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When using TalkBack, how do you activate a link or a button?

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When using NVDA, how do you navigate to the next landmark region?

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Which phone is currently the most popular among blind users?

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When using JAWS, how do you pull up the elements list?

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Screen reader users sometimes explore forms by navigating through all the form fields before filling any of them out, to give them a better sense of what the form is like.

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When using VoiceOver in macOS, which of the following methods can NOT be used to navigate by headings?

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What happens in JAWS when you type the letter "G" when the focus is on a text input, and when JAWS is in forms mode?.

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How do screen readers treat columns of text created by two floating <div> elements side by side?

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When using Narrator, how do you go to the next cell in a table row?

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When using Narrator, how do you navigate to the next heading (when in scan mode)?

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When using JAWS, how do you navigate to the next heading?

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When using VoiceOver in iOS, how do you navigate by landmarks?

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When using NVDA, how do you pull up the list of links, headings, and landmarks?

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When reading the number 300, if you hear VoiceOver say "Three zero zero" instead of "Three hundred", it means you need to fix the way you wrote the number.

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When using VoiceOver in iOS, how do you activate a link or a button?

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When using VoiceOver in macOS, how do you pull up the rotor?

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When using TalkBack, how do you pull up the TalkBack menu?

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When using VoiceOver in iOS, how can you navigate to the next heading?

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You can customize web content to screen reader users by detecting which screen reader they're using.

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