Form with Disabled Input Fields

This page was designed to test how screen readers (and browsers) handle disabled submit buttons. It has become an increasingly common practice to disable submit buttons by default, then enable them using Javascript once all user input validation tests are passed. The potential problem with this practice is that the button, while visible and clearly disabled to sighted users, is not easily found by screen reader users, who may be perplexed as to how they're supposed to submit their data.

The following submit button includes tabindex="0"0 in an effort to give it focus when tabbing through form fields.