Mozilla leads in HTML5 accessibility support

According to the HTML5 accessibility website, Firefox for Windows has zoomed ahead of its rivals regarding support for HTML5 accessibility. In the site's tests, the browser scores an impressive 92/100. All other browsers score 24/100 or less, bar Safari for Mac, with a credible 74/100.

Site owner and technical director of TPG Europe Steve Faulkner opined on Twitter that the results suggested "Mozilla's commitment to HTML5 accessibility is second to none". He told us that from his own testing and the interaction he's had with Mozilla's accessibility team, "they are the most open, inclusive and willing of the browser vendors to commit the resources to provide accessibility implementation support and to work with the accessibility community to make sure Firefox is as accessible as it can be".

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