HTML5 Landmarks exposed: https://www.scottohara.me/blog/2019/04/05/landmarks-exposed.html
A break down of browser and screen reader support (and gap filling) for exposing HTML5 landmarks.
My response to this thread about Safari + VoiceOver's treatment of unstyled lists:
A reminder to all to check out the fantastic articles being posted on 24 Accessibility this month. So many wonderful and inspiring reads about digital inclusion and accessibility!
Use highlight.js for syntax highlighting on your website? a11y-dark and a11y-light are now available as themes! WCAG AA compliant for color contrast, including Windows High Contrast Mode support. https://github.com/highlightjs/highlight.js
Surprise, proper semantic & structural HTML (with lessons from AT) can better position you for future conversational UIs. https://alistapart.com/article/conversational-semantics
WCAG IS DEAD. LONG LIVE WCAG! 😜
WCAG 1.0 will be marked superseded by the end of the year. WCAG 2.1 is a nice and important modern update to WCAG 2.0.
If you always wanted to get into accessibility, this is a great time.
Oh. This was the primal scream I heard from him earlier today. Legit.
This is why we can’t have nice things. https://twitter.com/giuseppegurgone/status/1033600647470489601
See replies on this tweet, note how few people seemed to read it and get the Data Saver mode bit with option to load.
I put out a weekly newsletter with some friends that highlights weird and cool internet things. I'd love it if you gave it a read, here's this week's issue: https://tinyletter.com/hot-garbage/letters/tanned-rested-and-ready-to-share
Interesting that catering for Voice Assistants means using structured markup (e.g. http://schema.org) in your website:
I do accessibility stuff. I like it.
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