No matter what you develop in, the browser uses HTML and CSS to render everything the user interacts with. Ironic that these are the two technologies that are not promoted as required knowledge for web devs. Then they still get blamed for issues that arise from using them wrong.
— Almero Steyn (@kryptos_rsa) December 16, 2018
I don't "happen to be good" at CSS. It took years to learn. That's how skills work. If you don't value CSS as a skill, then of course you'll have this attitude.
— Anna Debenham (@anna_debenham) December 16, 2018
In today's article, @WebDevLaw looks at the potential impact to Accessibility Law in the UK after Brexit and challenges faced in these interesting times.https://t.co/t9IHg3QkXN #24A11Y #Accessibility #A11Y #Legal #Briexit pic.twitter.com/jrdmQw7Nzj
— 24 Accessibility (@24accessibility) December 15, 2018
“Nobody has complained before” is a silly excuse for not caring about accessibility. You’re right, they didn’t complain. They left.
— Karl Groves (@karlgroves) December 8, 2018