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WCAG 1.0 will be marked superseded by the end of the year.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.

Hm. As browsers currently drop elements with display contents from the accessibility tree, rendering your content inaccessible, I’d say: Not at all for now.

(Write to your browser vendor to fix that bug!)

♠ “When to use display:contents to improve semantics in your HTML.” Working with CSS Grid occasionally come at a cost and that is semantic markup.

'“Sysadmin” is just another way to say “professional patcher.” It’s like you’re a roofer, but indoors and with different tar.' - #fmjail

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Bad Practices on Phone Number Form Fields >> hum, I don't think you should rely on geolocation to guess phone number country prefix. Current user location might not be the same as prefix (holidays, working in another country) :/

I'm a bit of a retro gaming aficionado. After years of wanting one, I finally bought this!

Currently preparing the weekly links article, there will be a lot of accessibility and color accessibility ressources <3

You can get announcements of new accessibility publications, drafts for review, & other #W3C #WAI #accessibility news direct to your In Box – just subscribe to the new WAI Announcements e-mail list. #a11y #wcag
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I see people who do not practice accessibility again noting how inaccessible #a11y is to ‘outsiders’. A primer:

While having a lot of contrast is important for many aspects of accessible design, if everything has a lot of contrast, nothing has a lot of contrast.


I take some dark pleasure in citing accessibility issues on many client's "Diversity" pages. Oh, the irony.

Namor: Do not toot it!

*toots horn*

Doctor Doom: Fool! Doctor Doom toots as he pleases!

In choosing which designer or developer to hire, the one with a decent working knowledge of accessibility, wins out everytime. It's that important. All hiring managers should do the same.

THIS :-(

We “accessibility professionals” are ready to move on, but the level of understanding is so low, it’s just not
The reason why so many accessibility talks talk about the same simple things over and over is these mistakes are still sooo common :( #fronteers

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