Accessibility in controls refers to the practice of designing and building user interface elements in a way that makes them accessible to users with disabilities. This can include a variety of things, such as making sure that text is high contrast and easy to read, providing alternative text for images, and designing controls and interactions that can be used with a keyboard or assistive technology.
Accessibility compliance refers to the extent to which a product, device, service, or environment meets certain standards or guidelines for accessibility. These standards and guidelines may be set by governments, industry organizations, or other groups.
Section 508accessibility. It is a set of guidelines for making electronic and information technology (EIT) accessible to people with disabilities. These standards apply to federal agencies in the United States, and they are based on the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
Keyboard navigation refers to the ability to use a keyboard to interact with and navigate through a user interface. It is an important aspect of web accessibility, as it allows people who cannot use a mouse or other pointing device to access and use web content and applications.