Huh! Just learned about `scroll-behavior: smooth;` in #CSS. The browser will smooth scroll to anchor links.
— Stefan Judis (@stefanjudis) February 15, 2019
This article by @scottohara is yet another proof that the first and most important step to ensure your site is accessible to everyone regardless of their context is to use native HTML elements and semantics: https://t.co/CL9TQ6jSQW
“HCM cares not for your ARIA roles”
— Sara Soueidan (@SaraSoueidan) February 15, 2019
— Chris Taylor (@mrwiblog) February 14, 2019
Accessibility is an ethical choice.
There’s no justification for not building accessible sites and apps while we have the standards, guides and tools to do so. Some #a11y work isn’t easy but there’s a lot of low-hanging fruit that makes a difference.
Test for accessibility.
— fantastic ms. (@fox) February 12, 2019
#a11y assessment that you can copy and paste to almost any site…
1. Colors not contrasting enough
2. Images not described correctly
3. Buttons not keyboard accessible
4. Link text unclear
5. Animation cannot be stopped
6. Form fields not labelled
7. Captions not available
— Eric Eggert (@yatil) February 12, 2019