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Browsing with assistive technology
Today I learned a lot about browsing the web with assistive technology by watching the videos from Tetralogical.
The HTML Search Element
The HTML Search Element is a new semantic element that can be used as a container for the parts of the document related to performing a search or filtering operation.
Web Sustainability Guidelines
The Sustainability Web Design Community Group announced the Web Sustainability Guidelines. It’s all about “how to design and implement digital products and services that put people and the planet first.”
Learn HTML! It is still the foundation of the web and the most important language to learn.
The popover API
The problem with sticky menus
Sticky menus are used widely on the web but come with some serious issues. In this post I learned about the problems they cause and what to do instead.
Image Carbon is a tool that helps you to calculate the carbon footprint of your websites images
Building accessible modal dialogs
Today I learned how to make modal dialogs accessible so that they can be used by people who use assistive technologies to navigate the web.
Input Attributes for better Forms
Filling Forms on website can be an unnecessary pain. Recently I've learned about some simple steps to make Forms more user friendly.
The a11y project
a11y stands for accessibility - the a11y project is a community-driven effort to make digital accesibility easier
How to write great alt text
In this post, I'll show how to write great alt text, according to Jake Archibald.