I look forward to the day when we no longer have to add the term “accessible” to phrases like “UI Patterns” and “experiences” and “components” because being accessible is implied by default as it becomes the standard and only way to build for the Web.
— Sara Soueidan (@SaraSoueidan) March 27, 2019
Validate your HTML. We didn't when we published an article yesterday. It looked fine in all the browsers. But a mis-nested <span><del></span></del> caused this on iPhone's Reeder app (HT @pepelsbey_ ). Not every renderer of HTML is as forgiving as browsers. pic.twitter.com/K8ix2O6SM4
— Bruce Lawson (@brucel) March 27, 2019