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Hi, I've followed this W3 TUTORIAL to build a Custom Select Menu for my web application, which is now in production. According to the local law, my application now has to be accessible (WCAG 2.0 Pattern). The problem is that custom select menu (link above) doesn't provide a tab selector (for keyboard users), and my webapp fails in accessibility. I've tried to use "tabindex" attribute in .custom-select DIV, but it was not enough. Does anyone know how to make this accessible for keyboard users? I'm afraid of having to change all the selects of my application because of this. Thank you!
There is almost everything which was previously developed and running well. does it make sense to make another application on same? can it be commercially beneficial?eg if you look into popular CMS they have most of things already built in either in core feature or as add-ons, I tried to ask myself that why should any one built a custom solution to a problem where there has been already a solution. Even there is existing solution still people developing custom one from scratch for commercial purpose. why? I am into something that i built from scratch and wish to used as SAaS later. That started for mainly portfolio enhancement but there was little intention to use it for commercially later. I am little aware of software licesncing or marketing. as far i know open source software cant be use as paid service. I beilve thats apply to all of open source genre incluidng popular CMS? There is kind of same addon (not sure it was paid or free) of what i am doing in some CMS and some open source solution. will it be wise to push it to commercial purpose or getting revenue somehow? how should i approach? or it will not click as commercial apps and best i can use it as portfolio enhancement and make it open source? any other insight about it would be helpful. please share your views and experience on it.
Hey there! I'm looking to build a slideshow for my site, and I was wondering what would be the best way to go about it. All I really need are the basic buttons (start, stop, forward, backward) and the capability to cycle through a LOT of pictures. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!